Romance of the Horse opens at the Tennessee State Museum on June 17
An exhibition which illustrates the close relationship between Tennesseans and horses, spanning more than 200 years, opens at the Tennessee State Museum on June 17, 2010. Much of the artwork included in the exhibit is on loan from area private collections and offers visitors the rare opportunity to view the work of Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Gilbert Gaul, and Tennessee artists Joseph Sulkowski, Janelle Maher and Rachael McCampbell, as well as works by many other artists. Romance of the Horse also showcases artwork from the collection of the State Museum and Belle Meade Plantation.
Romance of the Horse continues through August 22, 2010. There is no
admission charge. For more information, visit www.tnmuseum.org.