Generations Shuptrine: Three Generations of Art
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One family has experienced this not just one time but three artists in the exhibit GENERATIONS SHUPTRINE, a free art event Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center!
GENERATIONS SHUPTRINE at Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center features the works of renown artist Hubert Shuptrine, acclaimed water color artist Alan Shuptrine, and introduces sculpture artist Ben Shuptrine, showcasing three generations of creative work. GENERATIONS SHUPTRINE celebrates each artist’s deep connection with his environment telling a story of his passion from within.
Hubert Shuptrine (1936-2006) has nationally recognized watercolors in over 30 leading museums and institutions including the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio. Hubert Shuptrine won hundreds of national art awards and was a distinguished member of The Bohemian Club since 1984.
Alan Shuptrine, son of recognized painter Hubert Shuptrine, is known for his Southern and Appalachian Mountains genre. Alan Shuptrine has extended his reputation from a renowned framemaker and water gilder to a nationally acclaimed watercolorist. Alan has continued the legacy of realism that both Andrew Wyeth and his father Hubert established.
Ben Shuptrine, son of nationally recognized water color artist, Alan Shuptrine, and the grandson of nationally renowned artist, Hubert Shuptrine, is emerging as a very talented artist in a number of mediums. Ben is currently enrolled at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, where he is pursuing a degree in digital design. Ben has a love of sculpture, especially working with metals. His copper sculptures have already sold to several private collectors and corporations, and he has started a gallery in social media called Three Brooks Copper Sculptures.
1017 Antebellum Circle, Hendersonville, TN 37075
Parking and handicapped parking available.