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About This Spot
The Frederick Hart Studio Museum is not only a permanent collection and repository of America’s Greatest Sculptor Frederick Hart’s work located on Belmont University’s campus, but it is also a recreation of Hart’s home studio in Hume, Virginia. Hart is known for works such as “The Three Soldiers” at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and “Ex Nihilo” at the Washington National Cathedral. The Frederick Hart Studio Museum offers art enthusiasts a unique opportunity to view Hart’s artistic process as the space includes works in various stages of development, molds, plasters, sculpting tools, artifacts, and completed sculptures. By viewing his recreated studio, guests are allowed to step in Hart’s mind and view his process.
Mon - Sat : 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday: 1 - 5 p.m.