The Customs House Museum

The Customs House Museum 200 S. 2nd Street, Clarksville, TN 37040 – – 931.648.5780 – – www.customshousemuseum.org The Customs House Museum and Cultural Center is Tennessee’s second largest general interest museum. It features fine art, history,…

The Customs House Museum

200 S. 2nd Street, Clarksville, TN 37040 – – 931.648.5780 – – www.customshousemuseum.org

The Customs House Museum and Cultural Center is Tennessee’s second largest general interest museum. It features fine art, history, and children’s exhibits.

ARTIST INFORMATION:

Anne Goetz: Pray to Love

Nov 3–Jan 17 | ORGAIN, CROUCH & BRUNER GALLERIES
Sponsored in part by Grand Illumination Radiant Sponsors B&V Inc.
What began as a trip to Annecy, France–where her aunt was a nun–has grown into a traveling
exhibition of inspired works for painter Anne Goetze. Pray to Love includes a dozen pieces with
captions written by nuns and a film by Nathan Collie. Goetze says of her story, “Through their lives
they have shown me, and the world, where true freedom really exists… it lies deep in the soul.
Freedom comes from within.”

ARTIST ANNE GOETZ WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST THURSDAY ART WALK!

Capturing Character: The Portraits of Chantel Barber
Nov 3–Dec 31 | HARVILL GALLERY

Though artist Chantel Barber paints in a small scale, no larger than 8 x 10, her portraits are full of
emotion. Her award-winning paintings are in private and public collections throughout the globe.
Chantel resides in Bartlett, Tennessee where she creates and teaches private workshops in her
studio as well as workshops throughout the United States and Canada.

 

Stitched Traditions: Quilts from the Collection
THROUGH DEC 31 | JOSTENS GALLERY

Stitched Traditions includes quilts from the Museum collection dating back to 1830. These quilts
range from traditional to crazy styles, each telling a story of their own. Sponsored by Clarksville
Dental Center.

 

Those Who Serve: Celebrating Women in the Military
THROUGH DEC 31 | LOBBY GALLERY

In continuation of our 2020 Celebration of Women, we’re highlighting the stories of ten local
women currently serving in the Fort Campbell community, including a combat medic specialist,
musician, intel analyst and more. This exhibit also features artifacts from the Museum collection.

 

Tools of the Trade
THROUGH JAN 7 | MEMORY LANE

Displayed in Memory Lane on the Museum's lower level, this exhibit features farm tools from days
past. Come see tools from the Museum's permanent collection that would have been used on
working farms both big and small.

 

J. Howard: Surroundings
THROUGH NOV 22 | KIMBROUGH GALLERY

Texas artist J. Howard utilizes hyper-realism to present images through organic soft pastel
drawings on canvas. Howard’s drawings go beyond the natural depth of field that creates a
photographic quality. The exhibition features 30 works.

ARTIST J. HOWARD WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE DURING THE FIRST THURSDAY ART WALK!

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