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A lovely jewel tastefully displayed in the heart of the Bluff View Arts District, this destination is well worth discovering. Considered to be quite a significant collection of antique collectible glass works, furniture, music boxes, coverlets, china and other items of the 1700s and 1800s, this beautiful collection has been hailed by national authorities as one of the greatest in the world. Featuring such universally known names as Steuben and Tiffany, the collection is amazing. Yet only so amazing when compared to the collector who amassed the artwork throughout her colorful life, Anna Safley Houston (a.k.a. "Antique Annie").
A perfect blend of old and new, this museum, housed in a renovated antebellum mansion and surrounded by modern abstract sculpture, is a study in comparison and contrast. The museum is devoted to the American masters, ranging from the Colonial era to the modern-day. The museum has hosted exhibits that vary from Norman Rockwell to Andy Warhol and American Impressionism to Abstract Expressionism. With such programs as Toddler Tuesdays, Kinder Adventures, ArtCamp, ArtScene, the lecture series Art After Work and the Docent Program, this museum strives to make art accessible to all ages and walks of life.
Since 1974, this cooperative gallery has been featuring fine art pieces from local artists to the people of Chattanooga. Multiple artists provide pieces in a wide range of styles and mediums, from acrylics to pen and ink, wood arts, metal sculpture and much more. Stop at In-Town Gallery and see what treasures await you.
Gallery 1401 is a popular name among the art aficionados in town. Nestled in the downtown region, Gallery 1401 is known for showcasing beautiful artworks by 30 local and international artists. The gallery has a great collection of fine art and offers framing and handling services to the art connoisseurs in town. Stroll through this gallery to witness the charming artworks.