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Charlotte Cash, one of artists who conceived whimsical fish art

2014-08-27 - Downtown Burkesville, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener. Charlotte Cash,,above took time away from lunch with Sue Stivers at Annie Ruby's to show the whimsical fish sculptures she and fellow artist Pat Ritter of Burkesville designed for Burkesville's downtown amphitheatre, with assistance from sculptor David Waltz of Gradyville, KY. She said that the entire project was pulled off in about six weeks. Stunning landscaping was kept simple by using low maintenance Knockout Roses. The park plays to influence of the Cumberland River, just a few blocks away. In a short time, grass will grow higher, giving a beach like appearance in the mid-ground, with the fish slightly higher
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