Marilyn Murphy Among Vanderbilt Artists Exhibited at Cumberland Gallery Through September 15

Nashville’s Cumberland Gallery concludes the summer season with New Arrivals, an eclectic group exhibition of recent work by several established artists, among them, the Department of Art’s Marilyn Murphy, professor emerita of art, and Farrar Hood Cusomato, senior lecturer of art, as well as guest artists.

These works will be on view through Saturday, September 16, at the Cumberland Gallery, 4107 Hillsboro Circle, Nashville.  Gallery hours are 10 am-5 pm, and admission is free.

Earlier this summer Murphy’s work was featured in an exhibition, Marilyn Murphy: Magic Realist, at the Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA.  Murphy’s painting, “Traveling Light,” is included in an exhibit on view (through October 21) at the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art, Biloxi, MS.

Cars in Art II explores artistic response to the automobile, which has transformed life in the 20th century more significantly than any other single factor, irrevocably changing the appearance of our environment and our experience of it.