Posts tagged: nashville photography

Black and white photographs of a vintage Coca Cola sign found in a Nashville alley

Black and white photographs of a vintage Coca Cola sign found in a Nashville alley
About Keith Dotson's photographs of a vintage Coca Cola ad found in a grimy alley in downtown Nashville.

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Nashville Hilton selects 6 Keith Dotson photographs

Nashville Hilton selects 6 Keith Dotson photographs
Iconic Hilton Hotel chain (Nashville) selects 6 of Keith Dotson's black and white photographs of Nashville architecture.

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Nashville becomes largest city in Tennessee

Nashville becomes largest city in Tennessee

Fast-growing Nashville has overtaken Memphis to become the largest city in Tennessee. Things were picking up a little at the time Keith relocated to the Nashville area in 2011, but then a set of factors combined to bring the city to the forefront as a tourism and jobs destination.

Construction cranes in the Nashville skyline means that new hotels need wall art and interior decor. Typically, hotels prefer local artists, and Keith is currently negotiating with art buyers to sell photographs to at least one new Nashville hotel (and other cities, too).

 

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Announcing a new blog: "I Catch Shadows"

Announcing a new blog:
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson announces I Catch Shadows, a new photography and lifestyle blog. Topics will include photography, art and inspiration, the environment and environmental issues, travel, Nashville, and almost anything else that inspires him. Subscribe for free today.

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Black and white photograph of the Starr Piano Building in Nashville

Black and white photograph of the Starr Piano Building in Nashville

New addition to the Nashville portfolio: a black and white photograph of the historic Starr Piano Building by Keith Dotson. The historic Starr Piano Building (also called the French-Starr Building) on 5th Avenue in Nashville, Tennessee was built in 1889, originally as a retail outlet for Jesse French and Sons Piano & Organ Company. French later merged with the Starr Piano Company, which manufactured pianos and published sheet music, with special emphasis on ragtime, making it an early contributor to the establishment of Nashville as Music City. 

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