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Picture of Colvin Print which adorned Mayor Miller's office

2014-07-10 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Larry Smith, The Big Dawg, 99.9 FM radio. This is a picture of an original painting by Mildred Colvin of Greensburg, KY.. It's of Main Street, Campbellsville, KY, and the picture shows the original cherry - what else in Campbellsville? - frame. Colvin gave the painting to Mayor Bob Miller, who kept it on the wall of the Mayor's office while he was held the post. Colvin's paintings are in both watercolor and oils. There's something about her work, and especially this one, which rivets my attention. It's hard to pick a favorite among her works - but this one is at the top of my list. Listeners and readers can judge for themselves by looking over the catalog of her work at her website: I wish I had the money to buy them all. - LARRY SMITH
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