The Magical Stories of Cathy Horner
Sept 3–Nov 3 | Harvill Gallery
Cathy Horner’s collage art is inspired by her 100 year old farm house in Johnson City, TN. At an early
age she discovered that she loved to create. By age forty-eight she found her muse in the art of
collage. Horner’s collage art quickly found its way into art galleries and collectors’ homes. Her art
is carefully crafted from her collection of ephemera from old magazines, newspapers and catalogs,
coupled with her appreciation for all things antique and vintage.
Sept 4–Nov 24 | Lobby Gallery
For over 100 years, scouting organizations have shaped our youth through engaging experiences to
build character and develop skills. This exhibit explores the evolution of scouting in Montgomery
County though items in the Museum’s Collections. Featured items include an edition of the first Girl
Scouts of America Handbook and a TN 1986 Bicentennial Celebration quilt.
The Biggest and Most Important Things: A Duo Exhibition by Michelle & Aaron Grayum
Through Oct 23 | Orgain/Bruner Galleries
Michelle and Aaron Grayum have owned and operated the graphic design firm The Gray Umbrella
in Nashville for more than nine years while raising their 11-year-old son. The Biggest and Most
Important Things marks the first time in four years that this talented couple, celebrating 18 years of
marriage in August, has collaborated on a show together.
Odyssey: An Exhibition of Recent Works by Paul Harmon
Through Oct 20 | Crouch Gallery
Paul Harmon is an internationally exhibited artist who for 11 years, from 1986 to early 1998, divided
his time between studio/residences in Paris, France and Brentwood, Tennessee. His time abroad still
plays a role in his work. Within the more than fifty works shown, are some of Harmon’s signature
themes of reclining nudes and literary references.
Jim Diehr: Imagined Perspectives
Through Sept 29 | Jostons Gallery
Artist Jim Diehr’s work showcases his interest in the use of symbols found in religion and
mythology. Diehr served as a college professor and administrator for many years in Kansas and
Tennessee. Recently retired, Diehr is a full-time artist. This exhibit includes both paintings and
Revisiting New York: A Photographic Essay by Norman Lerner
Through Sept 29 | Kimbrough Gallery
Norman Lerner worked as a fashion and commercial photographer in New York City from the early
1950s to the 1970s. In 1961, he established the photography program at the Fashion Institute of
Technology in NYC. In the 1970s through the mid-1980s, he was a coordinator of the photography
studies program at California Polytechnic State University, and remains connected with the
University as Professor Emeritus. Lerner’s photography has been shown at the Metropolitan Museum
of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, among others. MOMA
added selections from his Transfiguration series to their photography collection, as did The Santa
Barbara Museum of Art. This exhibits showcases 26 of Norman’s iconic New York scenes.