The Ryman, Nashville, TN.
The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, Mother Church of Country Music. Finished in 1892 as the Union Gospel Tabernacle, it was the venue for popular turn of the century entertainment. In 1943, it became the premier stage of the Grand Ole Opry’s live radio shows. Also known as the birthplace of Bluegrass.
As a National Historic Landmark, it has been brought back to it’s original splendor. Now home to concerts of all genres, it is open for public tours.
I have recreated a hand crafted ceramic replica to hang on your wall. Each plaque is an original clay creation. I have signed and numbered each piece. They are approx. 6″X 9″ and are all glazed and kiln fired twice.