Address:Franklin Street & Honeysuckle Lane , Nashville, IN 47448
Catch a glimpse of Brown County’s famed cartoon character, Abe Martin, on Franklin Street! Meticulously carved into a fallen tree by Chris Trotter of Wooden Wonders, the legend of Brown County’s beloved wisecracking hillbilly lives forever!
Address:95 School House Lane , Nashville, IN 47448
Brad Cox (Cox Creek Mill) created this sculpture with the help of BETA Teen Group. All Together Now is an assembly of different faces welded together. Make sure to stop by and see this work of art in the parking lot by the Brown County Junior High School.
Address:61 South Van Buren Street , Nashville, IN 47448
Painted mural on the wall of Out of the Ordinary Restaurant and Hickory Sports Bar. Coordinated by Arts Alliance and designed by Brett Volpp. Painted by local artists and students.
Address:70 Gould Street , Nashville, IN 47448
A collective of 9 paintings by different artists and is located on the wall of the Historical Society parking lot. You can read about each artist on the plaques places beneath each piece of artwork. The mural was created in 2013 to honor Brown County’s rich history.
Address:58 West Franklin Street , Nashville, IN 47448
A working studio since 1968, Brown County Pottery is one of those places that has kept the area’s handcrafted tradition alive! The work of potter, Elizabeth Mills, features beautiful, high-fired stoneware pottery handmade on site while you watch. Click View larger map for hours.
Address:Pat Reilly Parking Lot , Nashville, IN 47448
A gift from limestone sculptor William Galloway, Dancer commemorates Brown County’s 2012 Indiana State Cultural District designation. You can see Dancer in the Pat Reilly Parking Lot.
Address:3800 Brand Hollow Road , Columbus, IN 47201
Discover the magic Hickory Hill Gallery! Admire handcrafted wooden birds and other figures carved from local hardwoods, as well as traditional and contemporary hand pieced, quilted wall hangings and blankets.
Address:15 South Van Buren Street , Nashville, IN 47448
A sculpture of three wood and steel bluegrass instruments, High Lonesome is a Michael Evans work installed in June 2014. Find it in the elevated garden in front of the Nashville House and Spears Pottery!
Address:4460 Helmsburg Road , Nashville, IN 47448
Martha Sechler has been using watercolors for 45+ years, and is still finding new and exciting ways to “spin light into art.” With the natural world as her inspiration she awakens line, color, and pattern in nature that is not always seen by the casual viewer. Martha’s mixed media art often combines the various textures, […]
Address:225 South Van Buren Street , Nashville, IN 47448
On the first Saturday of each month May through September, renowned Hoosier artist Anabel Hopkins will provide all supplies to teach brushless painting. You will create a beautiful one-of-a-kind abstract design by pouring paint onto a canvas or other surface. No experience is required and it’s easy and fun for all ages. Wine and beverages […]
Address:87 South Van Buren Street , Nashville, IN 47448
Come see beautiful, handmade glass blown collectibles at Quintessence Gallery! You might even be able to see the Lawrence brothers demonstrating their blowing glass skills if you’re there at the right time! Come in and say hello. Pleases call for hours.
Address:61 West Main Street , Nashville, IN 47448
Located within B3 Gallery, this dedicated work space is designed to provide a melding of art and technology tools, as well as provide a place for makers to work in community. The space includes a variety of tools, including a laser cutter, 3D printer, alternative process darkroom, woodworking tools, a kiln, jewelry making tools, stained glass […]
Address:10 North Van Buren Street , Nashville, IN 47448
Soaring is piece of public art is a huge asset to the community. With the guidance of respected local artist, Jim Connor, and the work of Southern Indiana Veterans, Elder Heart, which is now Mission 22, created this art piece for the purpose of healing the community and Veterans through the experience of creating art. […]