Notable Trees Photography Exhibit

Photographers

  • Bruce Atnip
  • Robin Bible
  • Edward L. Brown
  • Puri Gere
  • Cyndy Grivich-Tucker
  • Maury Miller III, Earth Friends Photography
  • Shane Moore
  • Christy Pepper
  • Larry Safko, Third Eye Photography
  • Thomas A. Schmidt
  • David Smith
  • Tom Fox,
    Tom Fox Fine Art Photography

TUFC thanks these volunteer photographers who donated their time and expertise to the exhibit.

Exhibit

This touring exhibit showcases trees from TUFC's Landmark and Historic Tree Register and the state Division of Forestry's Champion Tree Program.

The Landmark and Historic Tree Registry recognizes trees for historical, geographical or cultural significance. The Champion Tree Program recognizes the largest known trees statewide for each species, several of which are also national champions.

Since the exhibit premiered in 2005 at Legislative Plaza of Tennessee's Capitol, it has been displayed in venues across the state.

This exhibit is made possible by volunteer photographers, TUFC membership and the state Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Development Fund through the sale of "AG TAG" specialty license plates.

To request to host the exhibit, click here.

Exhibits

2010

  • Harrogate, Lincoln Memorial University
  • Cookeville, Tennessee Tech University, Nature Fest
  • Sparta, Chamber of Commerce, Highland Redbud Celebration
  • City of Franklin
  • Urban Forestry Conference, Chattanooga Choo-Choo

2009

  • City of Bell Buckle
  • Maryland Farms Office Park, Brentwood
  • Urban Forestry Conference, Lipscomb University, Nashville

2008

  • Tennessee Federation of Garden Clubs, Conservation Workshop

2007

  • Ijams Nature Center, Knoxville
  • City of Rogersville
  • City of Morristown
  • City of Kingsport
  • City of Bristol

2006

  • Customs House Museum and Cultural Center, Clarksville
  • Historic Rugby
  • National Bird Dog Museum, Grand Junction
  • Joint conference of Tennessee Chapters of the American Planning Association, American Society of Landscape Architecture and the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council, Nashville
  • City of Crossville, City Hall
  • City of Pulaski, First National Bank

2005

  • Tennessee State Capitol, Legislative Plaza
  • Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art, Nashville
  • Bowie Nature Center, Fairview
  • City of Murfreesboro, City Hall
  • Tennessee Nursery and Landscape Association Conference, Knoxville
  • International Society of Arboriculture conference, Opryland
  • Tennessee State University Otis L. Floyd Nursery Research Center, McMinnville
  • Memphis Botanic Garden
  • Tennessee State University, Nashville