Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art

Nashville, TN

615-356-8000

http://www.cheekwood.org



 

Charles Brindley: Trees of Myth and Legend (3/9/15)

Visions of the American West: Masterworks from the Buffalo Bill Historical Center (11/22/11)

Passing Time: The Art of William Christenberry (3/27/09)

Winogrand 1964 (4/23/04)

Furniture of the American South, 1680-1830, The Colonial Williamsburg Collection (7/18/03)

African American Masters: Highlights from the Smithsonian American Art Museum (4/4/03)

A Century of Progress: 20th Century Painting in Tennessee; essay by Celia Walker (7/9/02)

A Century of Progress: 20th Century Painting in Tennessee (5/15/02)

Drawings by Kojo Griffin (11/14/01)

Jack Becker Appointed Director of the Museum of Art at Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art (10/31/01)

Weegee's World: Life, Death and the Human Drama (1/4/01)

Beck and Al Hansen: Playing With Matches (9/2/00)

Pride in Place: Landscapes by The Eight in Southern Collections (8/4/00)

Temporary Contemporary: Recent Landscapes by Sally Mann (5/8/00)

The Art of William Edmondson (1/17/00)

William Edmondson Sculptures Gifted to Cheekwood (9/8/99)

Woodland Sculpture Trail Opening Soon at Cheekwood (4/99)

 

About Cheekwood

Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art is a 55-acre botanical garden and art museum located on the historic Cheek estate. Cheekwood exists to celebrate and preserve its landscape, buildings, and art and botanical collections, and, through these unique means provide an inspiring place for visitors to explore their connections with art, nature and the environment. Cheekwood is located at 1200 Forrest Park Drive in Nashville, 8 miles southwest of downtown Nashville.

Please call the museum for admissison fees and hours. (left: Entrance to the art museum at Cheekwood. Photo: © John Hazeltine, 2012)

 


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