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July 2021. Williamson Home Page

July 2021 Williamson Source 

July 2021 Launch Engine  magazine profile 

Oct 2020 WAX FUSION magazine, with work on front cover

May 2020 Channel 5 NEWS - Art Billboards

June 2020 Vignettes digital magazine exhibition 

April 2020 The Tennesean - Art Billboards 

April 2020 ART of Nashville magazine

2019 Williamson Home Page

 

  • 2021 Vanderbilt University Women's Center- two commissioned portraits in their permanent collection
     

  • 2021 "Metamorphosis" National Juried Exhibition, Tubac Center of the Arts, AZ. Jurors Sue Stover, Lisa Pressman

  • 2021 1st Place and Honorable Mention, 2021 Regional Juried Art Exhibition, DAC Gallery, Clarksville TN, Juried by Frank Gee.

  • 2021 “Wax Narratives" Solo Exhibition, J Galleries, Nashville TN

 

  • 2020  Art appeared on10 Nashville Billboards thru ArtPOP Street Gallery, Nashville, TN

  • 2020 "Vignettes in Wax and Words" international exhibition, International Encaustic Artists (juried) Curated by Lora Murphy

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Recent Awards, Commissions

 

The downtown art crawl in Franklin on Sept. 6 will feature Brentwood artist Alison Fullerton’s encaustic guitars, deer heads and paintings, according to a release.

Fullerton just returned to Brentwood “after living overseas for three years, where she spent her time traveling and learning about the lives and rituals of the people she met.”

Fullerton paints what she calls visual anthropologies — in the release it says that while anthropologists explore different cultures and people by collecting photographs, she “expresses what she observes in her paintings.”

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May 2020 News Channel 5 Nashville

September 2019
The Williamson HomePage

Galleries and museums are closed, but Nashville still has a new art show — on billboards

Melinda Baker, For The Tennessean

Art gives us refuge, respite and hope, especially in times of crisis. So what do we do when we lose access to it? read more

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