Welcome to the website for AimÉe Earnhart - artist!

                                                                                                       

Aimée's accomplishments include: operating a painting studio and gallery at the Tennessee Art League, teaching art for Camp Okawehna in Dickson, TN, representing Watkins College of Art and Design for “Arts Connection” on Nashville Public Television, and acting as a judge for Congressman Jim Cooper’s high school art competition which awards a scholarship and art display at the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
Aimée continues to explore at Watkins College of Art and Design most recent works are in metal and clay sculpture. Her works have been shown in the Nashville area at the Belle Meade Carriage House and a participate in the various ArtRageous events with the Tennessee Art League.  Most recently she did a solo art show at Surf's Edge in Naples, Florida and  an invited member to participate at the Greenway Arts Festivial in TN.  

Aimée continues and supports in giving back for Cumberland Heights and The Bridges of Williamson county, which supports shelter and help for women.

Currently, Aimée  has been teaching  for ArtEmbrace YMCA, which provides enrichment for children in under privileged schools.

Aimée's studio is in Brentwood.  She provides private painting lessons for kids and adults.  If you are a teacher or parent and would like to do a field trip to an artist's studio please call  615 260 3645