A fine art and craft show
At the Gordon Jewish Community Center
2019 Featured Artist:
My work is a personal journal of my life. It is therefore both serious and frivolous. Joyous and melancholic. Spiritual and erotic. The continuity is in the fact that it tracks a real life.
Paul Harmon is an internationally exhibited artist who for 11 years, from 1986 to early 1998, divided his time between permanent studio/residences in Paris, France and Brentwood, Tennessee.
The Harmon work is well represented in numerous galleries, museums, major corporate and private collections in Europe, Asia, and the USA.
Collections include the Tennessee State Museum, the Tampa Museum of Art, the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the Museum of the Principality of Monaco, and the city of Caen, France.
Bringing the community and art together.
Celebrating its fifth year, Art on the West Side hosts over 50 artists each year, ranging from painting (oil, watercolor, acrylic) to glass, clay, jewelry, photography, wood, and fiber. The event is held each year at the Gordon Jewish Community Center. The Gordon JCC receives a portion from all artist sales.
The Gordon Jewish Community Center (GJCC) is at the center of Jewish life in Nashville, providing recreational, educational, social and cultural programs and services to over 1,700 member families. Located on a beautiful 52-acre campus in west Nashville, it is a place where non-Jews are welcome to join, play and learn side by side with their Jewish neighbors.