introducing the artist alliance

The Artist Alliance is a collaboration between M Street Entertainment Group and groundbreaking artists in the community. The Artist Alliance provides a platform for these artists and adds additional creative elements that align with M Street's concepts, events, and brand ethos. M Street will highlight these talented artists in various ways across concepts, heightening the guest experience, peaking curiosity and showcasing their unique talents. The partnership with Artist Alliance is an ongoing relationship that embodies M Street's commitment to the future of Nashville as a premier destination for the arts.

FEATURED ARTIST:

brian wooden

Some might recognize Brian's sultry mural adorned on the Whiskey Kitchen wall. Brian continually pushes the boundaries in the artistic world, and we could not be happier to have as part of M Street's Artist Alliance.

Brandon Donahue

Brandon Donahue

The inspiration for my Color Studies paintings are about my investigation of color and texture and the circumstances that both endure throughout my painting process. Whether geometric or organic, I implement techniques that help push and pull colors.
— Brandon Donahue

Brian Wooden

Brian Wooden

Inspiration comes from a combination of wanting to say something, and wanting to show something visually. Combining beauty and concept is important to me.
— Brian Wooden
I am inspired by the shapes and color gradients in nature. What fuels my art are the grids, cracks, lines and architecture in the city.
— Nathan Brown

What inspires me is everything about the music world. Sometimes even just random things all around me can inspire an idea. Its never anything specific but always random.
— Denise Roxenstone

Derrick Castle

Derrick Castle

I seek inspiration from classic Americana. When I need to recharge, I walk through antique malls searching for hidden gems that time has forgotten.
— Derrick Castle
Lately we’ve really been drawing inspiration from our travels and the different architecture from city to city. In the past we have had a huge influence from both Southwestern and Art Deco movements.
— Patrick Hayes | 1767 Designs

Igor Acord

Igor Acord

My passion is that of a traditional sign painter. When the “sign man” had soul. Between the happiness in my customers’ faces and the fact that I’m a part of keeping this art alive ... It’s a good life.
— Igor Acord