Nashville artist Peach McComb brings the outdoors in with her current exhibit at the Customs House Museum. Painting in a broad range of subjects, Peach works in both impressionistic and representational styles. The works in McComb’s suite seem to be themed in days of leisure, providing the art lover with a calm sense of beauty.
Peach has studied with several well-known artists such as Joseph Sulkowski, Chuck Marshall, Roger Dale Brown, Charles Gruppé, Mary Field Neville, and Mary Whyte. Peach is a member of the Nashville Artist’s Guild, Women Painters of the South East, American Impressionist Society, American Society of Marine Artists, Chestnut Plein Air Painting Group, Tennessee Watercolor Society and the Monthaven Art Society. Her works can be found in private collections throughout the U.S.; as well as, in the permanent collection of the Tennessee State Museum. The Art of Peach McComb will be on exhibit through April 27th, as part of the museum’s Women’s History Month celebration.