Restoration & Preserving Historic Documents, Maps & Photographs

When it comes the restoration, conservation and preservation of historic documents, maps, photographs and other treasured records, there’s a lot more to it than storing items in a cardboard box

It’s officially fall

Fall is officially here and we have so many fun events ahead. Take a look: Thursday, Sept. 28 – Taste of Hendersonville, 5-8 p.m. Try samples from our cafe, Picasso’s

Tinsley joins Worthington Galleries

Worthington Galleries is pleased to announce the addition of Luke Tinsley to it’s team of professionals. Tinsley, a certified fine art and antiques appraiser, will lend his expertise to gallery

Worthington Galleries announces move to historic downtown square

  Worthington Galleries will become the newest tenant to call Gallatin’s historic downtown square home. The fine art gallery will more than triple in size when it relocates to the

Worthington Spotlight: Army veteran gets second chance at art career

As a teenager growing up in Chattanooga during the 1960s, Frank Edwards dreamed of becoming a professional artist. He thrived in his high school art classes, won top prizes in

Scientists decode the mysterious ‘Mona Lisa’ smile once and for all

Apparently the ‘Mona Lisa’ is happier than we thought Sarah Cascone, March 13, 2017 The world has long been captivated by Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and the subject’s enigmatic expression. Part

Sotheby’s confirms a ‘bulletproof’ art market with $143.5 million contemporary sale

The auction house broke five artist records, with only four lots going unsold over the course of the night. By Colin Gleadell, March 8, 2017 The lights dimmed, the disco music pulsated,

Worthington expands American folk art collection

Worthington Galleries’ collection of American folk art is now bigger and better.   From auction houses in New England to the Midwest and Southern states, we’ve added more than 200 new