Tag: 2017 Huntington Calendar

2017 Calendars are in 6 Locations!

It was ABSOLUTELY wonderful seeing sooo many people at Heritage Station today. Thanks sooo much for coming out to buy my calendar! If you still want and/or need  a calendar they’re now being sold in 6 different locations in Huntington! Check out this page to get all the details! 2017 Calendars

10 Times Better!

Last year after my  2016 calendar of Huntington watercolors, I committed to creating a 2017 calendar that was 10 times better! And I’m thrilled to report… IT IS!! I can’t wait to show you. They’ll be in several retail shops, and at a few events next weekend. Thanks for following

The Calendars are Finished

I’m happy to report I met my deadline!! The calendars are ordered and I’ll have them Dec. 1! To see all the paintings, that I used in the calendar and how to purchase one, check out this page: 2017 Calendars. Thanks for following along, Linda

“Home Sweet Home”

Kathy’s parents bought this home on Main Street in Barboursville in the 60’s when she was a young girl. Her parents spent the rest of their lives in this warm, inviting small-town home, while Kathy and her husband, Tom, enjoyed life in various cities around the country.  However, Kathy always knew

Old Main

  I’ve selected Old Main as #5 for my 2017 calendar: Huntington and Its Neighbors… For purchase information check out this page: 2017 Calendar: Huntington and Its Neighbors. Thanks for following along, Linda

Maylon House

Do you love this stunning old house as much as I do? I chose it as my first subject in 2014 when I decided to transition from painting with icing on cookies to painting with PAINT on paper! I’ve chosen it for my 2017 calendar~ Huntington and its Neighbors. I’ll launch

Drinko Library

It’s fabulous. Inside and Out. The $31 million John Deaver Drinko Library, opened to students in 1998, is a stunner. This state-of-the-art library, named for John Drinko, an MU graduate whose $2.3 million donation encouraged other donors, measures 118,000 sq. ft of computer and conference rooms, telecommunications facilities, a virtual library

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