The Frist Center opened on April 2001 and has become a magnet for Nashville’s rapidly expanding visual arts scene. The building itself was the former main post office constructed in 1933-34 and displays the most distinctive architectural styles of the period; Classicism and Art Deco. Merely strolling through the building is a visual feast. In 1984 the post office building
There are two videos of my Elvis artwork on YouTube; “The Magic of Elvis” and “Fool Such As I”. When I designed the latest video, I sent it to my eight year old Granddaughter who said she liked it but “why did I only use Elvis artwork and not other things”. Her comment lingered with me so I decided to do a “medley” of
I was in the process of a little spring cleaning when I came across this copy the October ’99 issue of Reminisce magazine. It has been nearly a year since my father died at the age of 93 and coming across this magazine brings back a lot of memories. I had done a drawing of Dad sitting on the bumper
I landed in Phoenix on a research trip to photo document a day in the life of the cowboy on a ranch just outside of Sedona, Arizona. Friday, my daughter, Bridget and I departed Phoenix driving through the old town of Cottonwood, olive oil tasting and a visit to Page Springs Winery. Then we traveled into Sedona and Oak Creek
I had the good fortune of meeting Loretta Lynn in July 1969 where she was performing at the county fair in Mayfield, Ky. She was on the back of a flatbed truck, playing a guitar, barefoot, and the crowd loved her. Over the next year we ran into each other in different towns as we were both traveling,
The billboard of Elvis from Betty Harper’s original American Trilogy was revealed in ’78. This was the first official act to publicly pay tribute to the cities lustrous citizen and to welcome all those coming to Memphis just because of Elvis.