Chasidy Hathorn teamed up with One Acre Café to help the nonprofit diner, where everyone eats regardless of their ability to pay, fill more bellies and more hearts. Paintings from Hathorn’s More Love collection, a one-artist nonprofit movement that’s all about sharing the love, was on display and also on sale at OAC for all of October.
My Sunshine is a collaborative work by Andrea Bellamy and Chasidy Hathorn, and it was created for the art show sponsored by Milligan's Occupational Therapy Program. When Chasidy saw Andrea's painting for the first time, she instantly knew she wanted to add to Andrea's piece because she connected to the bright colors and the happy sun. The girl in the painting is Andrea, and she painted a sun because she loves sunshine. Hathorn's MoreLove heart was the perfect addition to Andrea's original painting because of Andrea's love of expressing herself through art. Chasidy also created a MoreLove painting with matching micros to accompany the collaborative art piece.
5 x 5 Art Exhibition 2019 | Johnson City Public Art
Johnson City Public Art hosted the 5x5 Exhibition at the Tipton Gallery on August 2 for one night only. For the anticipated event, Chasidy's collectors and fans requested her to paint an Urban Appalachia series and a Blue Bottles on a Windowsill . Her paintings sold out in the first few minutes of the exhibition's opening.
Journeys of Women VI Art Show 2018 | Jonesborough
5 x 5 Art Exhibition 2018 | Johnson City Public Art
Arts & Culture Alliance Members Show 2017 | Knoxville
Chasidy's artwork was accepted in the Arts & Culture Alliance’s National Juried Exhibition of 2017. The juried event received over 424 entries from 130 artists throughout the region, and 48 pieces were selected for the show. Juror, Dorothy Habel, selected Tobacco Barn to be in the show. Tobacco Barn is mixed media (vintage magazine ads, acrylic) on canvas.
Journeys of Women IV Art Show 2016 | Jonesborough
The Fourth Annual Juried Art Exhibition | Jonesborough
One Acre Cafe | Johnson City, TN
Chasidy exhibited in October 2016 at the One Acre Cafe in Johnson City, Tennessee. The art pieces were on display for the entire month of October and 40% of the proceeds benefited One Acre.