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Experience Authentic Nashville Creativity

Union Station remains an important part of Nashville’s artistic and architectural history, showcasing a Richardsonian-Romanesque design and countless awe-inspiring details. As an integral piece of Nashville’s dynamic artistic culture, it almost goes without saying that we have cultivated a deep appreciation of local art and artists. To continue our legacy and celebrate the creativity of Music City, we commissioned a variety of local artists to create original works to be featured in our Nashville hotel. Each piece captures the spirit of the vibrant music scene, unique lifestyle, and electric pulse of the city. From the lobby and public spaces to the guest rooms and suites, the original works of art serve as centerpieces to the design and overall infectious Nashville vibe present in every corner of our hotel. Experience a truly authentic stay in Nashville when you book your stay at Union Station Hotel. To learn more about the inspired artwork on view at our Nashville hotel, explore our art booklet below.

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Discover Our Artists

To learn more about the unique artwork at Union Station and artists who created these inspiring pieces, we invite you to explore our art booklet below. 



Edie Maney / Featured Artist

Maney began her art education by attending various institutes classes at Belmont University. One of Maney's favorite series happened after she looked over her photographs from a wonderful trip to Australia and New Zealand in 2011. Wanting to paint something based on her images and not painting in a realistic manner, she found a way to translate the scenes into her abstract style naming the series Australia and New Zealand on My Mind.

Daryl Thetford / Featured Artist 

Thetford is an artist working in photography - based digital media and collage. His work has been described as graphic, modern, pop, and contemporary, although what to actually call the process has been a larger source of debate; it has been called photo collage, digital art, and digital mixed media.

Kim Coulter / Featured Artist 

Coulter began her formal art training in Studio Art at the University of Texas in Austin before heading to the College of New Jersey to earn a B.A. in Art Therapy. Always wanting to experience the west coast as well, she then continued with post-graduate work at the Art Institute of Southern California in Laguna Beach. While living in Southern California she became inspired by the early California impressionists. After moving back to the southwest she was drawn to and studied the work of past contemporary masters of impressionism.