Nashville, TN

“Where Dreamers Become Legends”

It is obvious that artist Larry Wamble has spent a lot of time in Nashville, Music City USA. It all started on childhood trips with his family. His father was an agent for a Nashville head-quartered insurance company that owned the high-powered radio station WSM and the legendary Grand Ole Opry (a bit of trivia: The insurance company’s logo was a shield and their motto was “We Shield Millions.” Hence the letters for the radio station WSM.) Larry has also had the immense honor of performing on the stage of the historic Ryman Auditorium.

Larry’s apt slogan for his Nashville art print, “Where Dreamers Become Legends”, not only speaks to the immense musical talent that has always been a vital part of Nashville but also to the dynamics, whether it be business, sports, or entertainment, of a great historical and progressive city.

$45 Unframed

Plus $7.50 shipping and handling
(via Priority Mail, typically within 24 hours of ordering)

$165 Framed

Plus $9.50 Shipping and Handling

Notes:

  • Presented in a 1.25″ satin black wood frame with foam core backing and premium UV plexiglass. Upon receiving your order your frame will be custom assembled by professional framers, expertly packaged, and shipped to be delivered ready to proudly display.
  • Typical shipping time is within two weeks of purchase.

34″ x 18″
Signed by the artist

Clear

I think all of your prints are great but Nashville really got my attention. As I looked at it I experienced the same feeling I always get when I am standing in front of the Ryman Auditorium. Another great job Larry!

Marty Stuart

Featured Landmarks found in this print:

The General Jackson Riverboat — The unique and original WSM radio tower — The Opryland Hotel — The Country Music Hall of Fame — The First Baptist Church steeple (Nashville is known for its many churches) — Vanderbilt University — The Grand Ole Opry House — Printer’s Alley — Ernest Tubb Record Shop — Hatch Show Print — The legendary RCA Studio B — General Andrew Jackson statue — State Capital building — Ryman Auditorium (The Mother Church of Country Music) — The world famous Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge — The Parthenon — Robert’s Western World Honky Tonk and Grill — The Wildhorse Saloon — The “Batman” building — The Stadium — Gaylord Entertainment building — Union Station Tower — The Hermitage, home of president Andrew Jackson