The Nashville photographs seen at Prima Restaurant

A collection of Nashville photographs you may have seen in Prima Restaurant in Music City 

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A screen shot of Prima's website shows Keith's photographs on the walls at Prima

A screen shot of Prima's website shows Keith's photographs on the walls at Prima. Photo courtesy of Prima Nashville.

Keith was thrilled to have a large selection of his black and white Nashville photographs chosen by Prima Nashville to decorate their private dining room, appropriately named the “Nashville Room.” Since the room opened in summer 2015, we’ve heard from several people interested in purchasing some of the photographs.

To make that process easier for you, we have has created a new collection of the 19 black and white photographs that are displayed at Prima Nashville. These photographs are the identical size, cropping, and finish as the ones hanging at Prima, offered at a special price of $289.00 each, with free shipping inside the US. Framing and overmatting are not provided.

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More details about the photographs are available on the individual gallery pages.

All of these same photographs are also available in other sizes and prices in the main Nashville portfolio here.

About Prima

Click here to learn more about Prima, one of Nashville’s most acclaimed restaurants. Or, go here to learn about the Nashville Room, where my photographs can be seen (opens a PDF).

700 12th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37204
(615) 873-4232 

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NOTE: Prima Restaurant is not involved with this offer, and no endorsement is implied or expressed.

Update to original post: Sadly, Prima Nashville permanently closed its doors in January 2018, after three years in business. It was once considered among Nashville's hottest restaurants, but struggled as the local scene became more competitive. No word on what will happen to the art collection that was such a major part of the restaurant's decor. Even though Prima is gone, I remain grateful that they selected my work and the work of other local artists.

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