Nashville, TN, September 20, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Nashville was once the home to Artist Malenda Trick. She moved to Marco Island, Florida in 2004. She has only visited Nashville a few times in the last 5 years. Past patrons and friends have begged her to come back and do a show.
Finally she will return to Nashville for one night only on Friday, September 25, 2009 at the Richland Country Club. She will do a sale and show from 4pm to 7pm in the Billy Hancock Room. All are welcome and encouraged to attend since it is not known how long it will take to get her to come back to Nashville to do another show.
Malenda will be showing her recent Cafe Series and other new artwork from 2009.
Malenda Trick, a 2006 License Magazine Top Ten Licensor, has painted professionally for over 40 years. Her portrait commissions include Fred Thompsom, Marsha Blackburn and George W. Bush. Malenda specializes in 19th century impressionism having learned to paint in the style of the old masters when the Tennessee State Museum commissioned her to reproduce the works of the great impressionists of the 19th century. Her aggressive style employs bold, flowing lines, vibrant colors and stimulating textures that capture the essence of contemporary life. Her style is very distinctive and has often been labeled "Romantic Impressionism". A natural evolution of her interest in the great impressionists such as Monet, Renoir and Degas, her own style incorporates a rich palate of colors and tones that provide real depth to her work.
Malenda’s art has found its way onto hundreds of different products with manufacturers in the USA and UK licensing her works. You can find her work on tapestries manufactured by Beljen Mills, Pure Country Weavers, Manual Woodworkers and Weavers, Simply Home. A wide variety of home decor and tabletop products including trays trivets coasters manufactured by Mohawk Home, Evergreen, Thirstystone, Hindostone, and Highland Graphics. One of Malenda’s most popular product lines is the Diva Does . . . hair brush collection manufactured by Pacific Enterprise which is popular all over the world. These brushes have three dimensional divas on a premium quality hair brush designed by Malenda for the Woman that has everything.
Come in to the Richland Country Club and welcome Malenda back. If you have never meet her, take this opportunity to get to know her and her artwork. You can visit Malenda online at www.malendatrick.com. You can buy her artwork online at www.giftsandfineart.com.