Metro Parks: Warner Parks By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2012
- Metro Parks: Warner Parks
Visitors to Nashville and local residents alike can easily spend a day in sheer bliss, simply by wandering the manicured trails of Warner Parks. Established in 1927, Edwin and Percy Warner Parks offer winding paths, picnic areas, valleys, creeks, hills, and other facilities. Visitors to the parks will often spot deer, turkeys, squirrels, turtles, and even barn owls. A treasure of Nashville just minutes from downtown, these parks earned their place in the Spirit of Nashville collection. Seeking to capture this wilderness beauty, Anderson Design Group crafted vintage travel poster art of the parks, a special Nashville art print of the parks, local wildlife, and nearby visitors enjoying the pristine nature. Available as a poster, print, metal sign, canvas, notecard, or postcard, this artwork is the perfect gift and home decor piece for any Nashville nature lover. And to learn more about Music City parks, check out the website for Nashville Parks and Recreation.