Entering the riverfront of the beautiful Bluff View Art District, you will find exquisite handcrafted products on the walls and pedestals. In the early 1900s, abstract, conceptual, realistic and expressive media, such as painting, sculpture, ceramics, woodworking and jewelry, were displayed in several rooms of the old house.
The River Gallery Sculpture Garden in the beautiful Bluff View Art District opened the “Seven Bridge Gates” in May 1993. The garden was designed by landscape architect Joe Bursh and is located in a 2 acre outdoor space. Overlooking the beautiful Tennessee River, the garden features a formal garden, meditation area, and informal garden with recycled mountain streams.
For information on purchasing annual sculptures and exhibits, see the River Gallery.
The River Corridor Sculpture Garden is included in the International Sculpture Center’s list of parks and sculpture gardens. The garden is also listed in the Smithsonian Institution’s “Archives of American Gardens”.