Worthington Hosts Nossi College of Art

Worthington Galleries hosted students from the Nossi College of Art on July 25th for dinner and a tour of the gallery.  We thoroughly enjoyed our visit with students and look

Worthington Galleries: A Destination for Art & History Lovers

Step inside Michael Keever’s art gallery and get ready to be impressed. Michael has a treasure trove of art that would make a pirate envious. Worthington Galleries in Gallatin is packed floor to ceiling with ancient coins and prehistoric pottery to contemporary works of art and everything else in between. Looking for an authentic 16th century Italian suit of armor? How about an original painting by Pablo Picasso? Cam Newton’s signed Carolina Panthers jersey? You’ve come to the right place.

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

Willem De Kooning Pricing

Recent Auction Prices for Willem De Kooning Paintings.

Purvis Young

Artists have long visualized the complexities of life and their own experiences through the media of painting. The majority of them who are familiar and successful have also relied on

John Bell Hood

John Bell Hood (June 1[2] or June 29,[3] 1831 – August 30, 1879) was a Confederate general during the American Civil War. Hood had a reputation for bravery and aggressiveness that sometimes bordered on recklessness. Arguably one of the best brigade and division commanders in the Confederate States Army, Hood gradually became increasingly ineffective as he was promoted to lead larger, independent commands late in the war, and his career and reputation were marred by his decisive defeats leading an army in the Atlanta Campaign and the Franklin-Nashville Campaign.

Preserving history, one page at a time

When it comes to preserving  historic documents, photographs and other treasured records, there’s a lot more to it than storing items in a cardboard box in the attic for safekeeping. In fact,

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