Speaking of country music royalty, who better to epitomize the sacred beating heart of Nashville’s livelihood than The Mother Church of Country Music herself—The Ryman. No trip to Nashville would be complete without paying respects at this Nashville institution.
As the birthplace of Bluegrass and home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943-1974, The Ryman was integral to the popularization of country music with it’s weekly radio broadcasts.
Ideal to commemorate a trip to Music City or for the country music lover in your life.
Materials: watercolor + pen on mixed media paper