Charles Brindley lives and works in Adairville, Tenn., half-an-hour north of Nashville. His detailed representational works feature barren trees, prehistoric ruins, architecture and lichen-covered rocks. A series of architectural paintings and drawings of Far Hills, the Tennessee Executive Residence, traveled the state in 2006. Other studies include a series of trees on the grounds of the historic Glen Leven estate in Nashville. In 1998 the Tennessee State Museum presented Landscape Vision: Works of Charles Brindley 1980-1997, and in 2007 the Evansville Museum organized an exhibit of his work spanning twenty years.