Nashville Art Crawl - April 7

Updated: May 17, 2018

FIRST SATURDAY ART CRAWL - 6-9PM Free parking available! See you there!

720 Rundle Ave, Nashville, TN . 37210


Jamie Boyd is a self taught artist living in Franklin, Tennessee. As a child, Jamie always felt the need to “create’. Whether she was making jewelry, drawing, painting or cooking, she always had an innate desire for a creative outlet. She has largely been influenced by her maternal grandparents who were also artists.

Jamie describes her art as an expression of her feelings. She primarily paints with an acrylic medium and uses a loose abstract or impressionist style.

She is married to her college sweetheart Jarrod, and has three daughters, Henley (9), Hoke (7), and Esther (5). She is also a realtor at Parks in downtown Franklin. In her free time she enjoys being outdoors, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.


When one goes into a room, the art draws your attention and focus to the message the artist wants you to experience. Martha Greenwood’s personality exudes through her work, whether it be a painting or her event planning business, Big Events, of 20 years.

Martha is a dynamic redhead who fully enjoys life and leaves a lasting impression on those around her. A Mississippi native, Martha has called the Nashville area home for over 30 years and found her calling to art later in life.

She started in acrylics through classes at Cheekwood and transitioned into still life studies in oils at South Gate Studio in Franklin. Aside from event design and painting, Martha’s time is spent gardening and playing with her four grandsons.

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BIO: Ever since I can remember I’ve had serious case of wanderlust. It wasn’t until 2013, when I received a camera as a gift that I would find my life’s passion. Harnessing my love of travel and photography I have been fortunate enough to travel far and wide. During my first trip to Africa I fell in love and over the last several years I have been chasing beautiful light and moments across the continent hoping to capture some of my own curiosity and awe of mother nature. My current body of work is a reflection of the joy and wonder of the beautiful and delicate life of the African bush.

Artist Statement: Shooting nature and wildlife photography is one of the most rewarding, but often frustrating experiences. One can wait days, months, even years for all the elusive qualities of the “perfect” image to present themselves. While the environments in which I’ve worked may be harsh, I strive to bring a sense of simplicity and sensuality that helps us connect and discover beauty in unusual places.

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