Robert L. Mulder

In 1972, Robert Mulder turned to being a professional artist with the encouragement of his wife, Helen. He was a part of the Portland Saturday Market from 1972 to 1997 with his paintings, silk screenings, watercolors, oils, acrylics, and ink and pencil drawings. He was selected to travel to China and Hong Kong as one of 50 American artists and art educators in a dialogue sponsored by the Kennedy Center and Ministry of Culture and by the Government Secretariat of Hong Kong in 1988. Bob has compiled many books of his art including a few of the titles as: “Noble Creatures O The Large Dark Forest”, “Jocularity”’ “The Listener” and “Mulder”.

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A new Mid Tennessee art gallery, Worthington Galleries, which features a portion of what many consider to be one of the largest private fine art collections in Tennessee, will open its doors to the public this week. Worthington Galleries, located at 1181 Nashville Pike, will celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony from 4-7 p.m. Thursday, July 14. The event will be the first time the public can view some of the approximately 150 pieces on display from the collection, which in some cases are thousands of years old.

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