Studio and gallery
on the state line in Adairville
Photo by Robin Conover
courtesy of The Tennessee Magazine
Charles Brindley lives and maintains a studio in Adairville, a small community 35 miles north of Nashville, Tennessee. He has been represented  by galleries in numerous cities, including Nashville, Memphis, Taos, Washington, DC and New York City. His work appears in public and corporate collections throughout the United States and in private collections internationally. Five touring exhibitions of Brindley’s works have travelled to museums and art centers in the Southeast and Midwest.

There have been two major retrospectives of the artist’s career. In 1998 the Tennessee State Museum presented Landscape Vision: Works of Charles Brindley 1980-1997 and in 2007 the Evansville Museum organized an exhibit of his work spanning a twenty year period. Far Hills, Images of the Tennessee Residence, an exhibit of commissioned drawings and paintings of the historic mansion of Tennessee’s Governors completed a schedule of eight venues throughout the state in 2006.

Charles Brindley’s drawings and paintings depict a variety of symbol-laden subjects, including giant deciduous trees, panoramic landscapes, prehistoric ruins, rock formations, architecture and still lifes. His images are highly representational but contain multi-layered abstract elements.

 

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