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TAG Gallery - Brings world-wide artists to local art collectors

In June of 2000, a fascinating gallery came on the Nashville scene curated by art collector, Jerry Dale McFadden. It's called TAG.  Jerry Dale's mission is to bring artworks by local, national and international artists to Nashville's art collecting community.  Jerry felt that Nashville is full of creative people, including many aspiring art collectors, and equally as many without deep pockets.. TAG quickly found its niche offering affordable art to these emerging collectors.

Since its inception, TAG has grown.  At this time, TAG operates as a nomadic gallery exhibiting work in a variety of locations throughout the Mid-TN area.  In addition to local exhibitions, TAG exhibits in art fairs around the country including Art Chicago and The Affordable Art Fair in NYC.

Jerry began as an art collector himself. A successful musician and member of such acts as The Mavericks and Sixpence None The Richer, McFadden was lucky enough to travel the world and see wonderful art along the way. Now, he shares his passion with Nashville through TAG

Current on-line exhibitions include the whimsical art of Tennessee native Roger Clayton.

For more information on gallery offerings, please call Jerry Dale at 615-429-7708 or email



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