University of Tennessee

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The University of Tennessee was founded in 1794, two years before Tennessee became a state, and is located on “The Hill” above the north shore of the Tennessee River. The school is home to one of the government’s largest research labs, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Every home football game, thousands of Tennessee Volunteers fans cheer on the team during the “Vol Walk.”

The buildings depicted are the College of Law, the Torchbearer, Ayres Hall, and Old South College Hall. The Torchbearer serves as the University’s official symbol which holds the torch of enlightenment. Ayres Hall was built in a Gothic Revival style and the checkerboard pattern on the top of the tower has been replicated in orange and white in the Neyland Stadium end zones. South College Hall is the school’s oldest building.

University of Tennessee delights in its history, academics, and athletics making this a unique gift for recent graduates, past alumni, and fans of all ages. Relive the memories!

Your school’s artwork was created by hand using pen, ink, and watercolor. The paper is hand cut and layered to give the work a creative three-dimensional appeal. The image is 3.5” x 12.5” and is framed with an orange/white mat in a 9” x 18” quality, black metal frame

1 review for University of Tennessee

  1. Beth

    I live in Patsy’s hometown and admire her work at art shows, her downtown mural and own numerous line and ink drawings of various local buildings and collegiate Christmas ornaments. I received her hand cut and colored, 3-D version of my alma mater, UT, for Christmas many years ago. We are moving away after nearly 30 years and all her artwork will be displayed in our new home in another state. Patsy’s art is very meaningful. The collegiate collection is beautiful, fun and a great way to remember the good old days.

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