New studio/gallery opening in the Arcade, downtown Nashville, on Sat. 6 December.
Marleen De Waele-De Bock is a well-known artist in the Nashville art scene. A native of Belgium she moved to Nashville in 2001 after residing for over 10 years in South Africa.
Her first exhibition here took place in the Parthenon in January 2003. Since then she has been a regular, showing her art in galleries in and outside Nashville.
Besides being a very active artist, she is also teaching art at O’More College in Franklin.
She has now taken on the challenge of having her own studio/gallery in the Arcade, a hotspot in the growing downtown art district.
While main focus of the gallery will be on her own artwork, Marleen will consider space for guest artists along with an attention to varying themes.
The BelArt Studio/Gallery will be participating in the “First Saturday Art Crowd”. Visitors are welcome by appointment (tel. 615 – 397 2347).
[BelArt Studio/Gallery –The Arcade Building - 244 5th Ave. N - Nashville, TN 37219].