Mason House Gallery

The Mason House, at the corner of Depot and Main Streets, was constructed in 1889 by David P. Mason, Sr. Between the Mason House and businesses along Depot street was an alley that provided access from Depot Street to the rear of the Grand Central Hotel (currently the General Morgan Inn). In the early 1980s, renovation began that incorporated the two hotels and the alley. Since the renovation, the “alley” has been adapted for use as an art gallery, becoming the Mason House Gallery. Monthly art exhibits are sponsored by the Greeneville Arts Council and the General Morgan Inn. For information, please contact Til Green, director of exhibitions, 423-329-5366.

General Morgan Inn | 111 N Main Street, Greeneville, TN 37743 | (423) 787-1000

Exhibit Featuring Bethany DiMaggio
Throughout August At Mason House Gallery

The Greeneville Arts Council is pleased to feature the art of Bethany DiMaggio at The Mason House Gallery, General Morgan Inn, Main Street, Greeneville, TN, during the month of August 2023.

Bethany DiMaggio, an evolving, self-taught artist, paints her subjects in a realistic manner with artistic liberties occasionally taken with both details and color.  She is currently painting with acrylics experimenting with different brush strokes and a variety of surfaces.

Her painting subjects include florals, animals, & local areas of interest, though landscapes are her favorite.  Bethany says “My landscapes are not of a specific view or place but more a collection of memories from being raised in upper East Tennessee and recent summers spent on Roan Mountain.”

Meet the Artist! Bethany will be at the Mason House Gallery on Sunday afternoon, August 6th, from 2pm – 5pm, to discuss her art on display and upcoming projects.  Art will be available for purchase. The Meet & Greet event and art exhibit is free and open to the public. We hope you’ll join us!

For more information on this or other art exhibits, contact Til Green, Greeneville Arts Council, Director of Exhibitions, at (423)329-5366.


Pictured below is “Purple Roan”.