• Lewisburg
    730 Finley Beech Rd Lewisburg, TN 37091

  • Learn More

    Is it Still Paint?

    Technology isn’t something most people think of when it comes to paint, but at Benjamin Moore we’re constantly working to develop products that solve problems and make you rethink what paint can do. Since Benjamin Moore paint goes so far beyond your expectations of paint, it kind of makes you wonder...is it still paint?

    Learn More

Custom Framing

Lewisburg Paint Store is also a full service framing shop. Come in and choose from hundreds of frames & mats to add your personal touch to all your framed memories. Our friendly framing consultants will assist you with all your framing needs from stretching oil canvas prints to wedding & graduation photos!

lewisburg custom framing    lewisburg custom framing 
lewisburg custom framing     lewisburg custom framing
 lewisburg custom framing    lewisburg custom framing

Meet H. David Wright

Born in Rosine, Kentucky in 1942 and raised in Goodlettsville, Tennessee, David Wright has always had a close association with the two major subjects of his work; the rural landscape and American history.

Professionally trained as an artist, with study in Europe, Wright has spent his life painting subjects he is most passionate about...landscapes and historical subjects: the American frontier, (the hunters, settlers, soldiers, and American Indians), and the Civil War.

In 1964- 65 his career took a two year break to serve in the United States Army, a year of which was spent in Vietnam.

In 1973 he joined Gray Stone Press, which publishes limited edition collector prints of his paintings. Many of these limited editions have sold out and always and premium prices on the secondary market.

Listed in Who's Who in American Art, Wright was commissioned in 1980 to do six paintings for the bicentennial edition of
Nashville: The Face of Two Centuries during the Nashville Century lll celebration.  He also created the poster for the Fine Arts Pavilion at the 1982 World's Fair held in Knoxville, Tennessee. His subject - a Frontiersman.

Wright's paintings have been featured in television documentaries and as covers for numerous books and magazines.  As an avid historian, his research has led him to write articles for various publications, as well as contributing chapters in some well-known books on the American frontier.

Venturing into the media world, Wright has appeared on television as an historical consultant. He has also served as Art Director for Native Sun Productions' high definition films: award winning
Daniel Boone and the Westward Movement, Refuge in the Wilderness, and the History Channel's 80 Acres of Hell and First Invasion - The War of 1812 for which he was nominated for a Prime Time Emmy.

Wright was commissioned to do a major painting for Cumberland Gap National Historical Park entitled
Gateway to the West - Daniel Boone Leading The Settlers Through The Cumberland Gap, 1775. This painting has been made into a breathtaking wall-size mural and is on display at the Cumberland Gap Visitors Center.

He has received the prestigious Harrison Eiteljorg Purchase Award at the EiteljorgMuseum Quest For The West Show for his painting titled
Uninvited Visitors which now is included in the museum's permanent collection.

His internationally known works hang in numerous private collections, as well as the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, GA; the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville, TN; the Eiteljorg Museum of the American Indian and Western Art in Indianapolis, IN: the Sam Davis Historic Home Museum in Smyrna, TN; Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, and Historic Martin's Station at Wilderness Road State Park, Ewing, Virginia.   

David Wright and his wife Jane reside in Gallatin, Tennessee

Lewisburg Custom Framing    Lewisburg Custom Framing 
 Lewisburg Custom Framing   Lewisburg Custom Framing
Lewisburg Custom Framing
  Lewisburg Custom Framing