Dotson's photographs of Nashville architecture will hang in the Dean's conference room in the O'More College of Architecture and Design
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson is excited to announce that the O'More College of Architecture and Design at Belmont University (Nashville) has selected four of his photographs for wall decor.
Dotson's black and white photographs of architectural gems found around downtown Nashville will decorate the walls of the Dean's conference room at O'More, which is housed in the Hitch Building on the Belmont campus.
Administrators at O'More asked that the art be delivered framed, and ready to hang, providing input on framing styles and mat widths.
For Dotson, it's an honor to have his work selected to hang on the walls of such a storied school of creativity and design.
Exterior or the Hitch Building at Belmont University, home of the O'More College of Architecture and Design
Outside the Hitch Building at Belmont can be found this Celtic-inspired sculpture which says, "O'More College of Design, 1970." The base of the cross contains the Gaelic phrase "Conlan Abu," which means victory to our cause.
Keith Dotson's 20 x 30-inch print of the front of Nashville's historic Hume-Fogg Academy in a black gallery frame with 8-ply white mat, waiting to be hung on the wall at O'More College of Architecture and Design at Belmont University
This row of windows is iconic in Nashville. They are from the Ryman Auditorium, which was the legendary home of the Grand Ole Opry for decades. If they resemble church windows, it's no accident. The building started out its existence as a church.
An overhead look at the 20 x 30-inch print of the Hume-Fogg Academy shown in the frame above.
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson inspects one of the photographs selected by Belmont University.
This decorative window can be found on the exterior of Nashville's historic Union Station building.