Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects Inc

Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects Inc
Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects Inc is listed in the Interior Decorators & Designers category in Memphis, Tennessee. Displayed below are the social networks for Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects Inc which include a Facebook page and a Pinterest page. The activity and popularity of Askew Nixon Ferguson Architects Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

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1500 Union Ave
Memphis, TN 38104
(901) 278-6868
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Tonight at ANF! We love this show. Come. See. If you are a collector of fine art & a local art enthusiast, you are going to want to bring your checkbook, or credit card... Trust us.
Debbie Likley Pacheco is a Memphis-based artist who finds inspiration for her artwork while traveling. Her paintings, while based on a single moment in time, look beyond the first glance to tell the deeper stories of the people that populate her portraits. * a portion of artist sales will be donated to FedExFamilyHouse ARTIST'S STATEMENT: “Images may be static, but the moments they capture are ceaselessly dynamic: brewing and bustling with a multiplicity of strangers’ stories—their individual idiosyncrasies, personal passions, and distinctive desires. Images should tell stories. They should speak with their silence, move with their stability, and reveal in their seclusion. They should: speak for the faceless, advance for the inert, and live for the inanimate — narrating the lives of those within them, even if we don’t know what those stories are. They should make us stop and consider, even if their subjects did not. They should spill out beyond the frame. They should have conversations with us. They should exude life. Not just reflect it." —Debbie Likley Pacheco
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