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Dolly Parton Curates Inspiring Art Collection with Kirkland’s

Country music superstar Dolly Parton is celebrating her 50-year anniversary as a member of the Grand Ole Opry by teaming up on a special philanthropic art collection with Tennessee-based home goods brand, Kirkland’s.

To celebrate her impressive career milestone, Parton has curated an exclusive wall art line called Dolly Parton: From the HeART. Each piece, exclusive to the decor brand’s website and retail stores, is inspired by one of eight top Dolly songs that have been interpreted by the artist David Diskin.

Dolly Parton with Kirkland’s From the HeART Collection. Courtesy photos

Additionally, the art collection features a striking 2015 black and white performance photo of the music legend, taken during a show at the Ryman Auditorium. Titles include “The Seeker,” “Cracker Jack,” “JJ Sneed,” “If I Had Wings,” “Heart Song,” “Love Is Like a Butterfly,” “Smokey Mountain Memories,”and “Blue Valley Songbird.”

A portion of proceeds from the art sales will benefit the Opry Trust Fund, which offers financial assistance to those in need within the country music community.

“I am very excited to be working with Steve Woodward and all of the folks at Kirkland’s,” said Dolly Parton in a press statement. “I’m real honored to have the great artist, David Diskin, make my songs come to life with these great paintings.”

“As a Tennessee-based company, Kirkland’s could not be more honored to partner with the state’s two biggest icons – Dolly and the Opry – to offer this collection to our customers,” Kirkland’s CEO Steve “Woody” Woodward said in a release. “Dolly’s From the HeART collection will give our customers the opportunity to fill their homes with beauty and meaning while also supporting musicians that have brought us all so much joy.”

All pieces in the collection range in price from $99.99 to $129.99, an affordable price point for art enthusiasts to decorate their space with meaningful pieces.

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