Ryman Auditorium By Wayne Brezinka, Joel Anderson, 2006
- Ryman Auditorium
Famously called the Mother Church of Country Music, Ryman Auditorium served as the focal point of the Country Music Association Awards shows from 1968 to 1973. The Ryman is also considered the Birthplace of Bluegrass, and today this historic auditorium attracts thousands of visitors each year. Anderson Design Group forever eternalized the Ryman in vintage poster art and show print art. This classic design is styled after the artwork of the mid-20th century, the same time period when the Ryman was first beginning to cater to the performing arts scene in Nashville. Available as an art print, canvas banner, framed print, framed postcard, metal sign, or set of notecards, you can decorate your home with artwork of your favorite Nashville music center in a style and fashion of your choosing. And to learn more about the Ryman, check out the official website for the Ryman.