LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Regional artists have been commissioned for the Kentucky Parks and Crafts project, which will illustrate well-known state treasures.
The first three of 16 posters in the series were unveiled Wednesday by The Kentucky State Parks Foundation.
The poster series will highlight the state parks throughout Kentucky and is a fundraiser for The Kentucky State Parks Foundation.
The Kentucky State Parks Foundation preserves, promotes and protects natural, historical and cultural resources of Kentucky’s State Parks and Historic Sites.
The posters will be released over the next 5 weeks and each poster will be available to the public for $20 at KyforKy.com, at the corresponding gift shop of the featured park and gift-shops around Kentucky.
Here are the first three posters and the artists:
Cumberland Falls State Park – Harold Apples
Lake Barkley State Park – Liz Morse
White Hall State Park – Bullhorn (creative team)
The Kentucky Parks & Crafts project will unveil posters each week through May 15.
You can find an image of all the posters at KyParksandCrafts.com or through the parks system’s social media pages Instagram @kyparksproject and Facebook @kentuckystateparksfoundation.
Here are the other 13 posters, the artists, and release dates:
Natural Bridge State Park – Jacob Rhoades
Carter Caves State Park – Fieldtrip (creative team)
Jenny Wiley State Park – Meena Khalili
My Old Kentucky Home State Park – Jon Shaw
Stephen Foster State Park – Matthew McDole
Nolin Lake State Park – Brad Vetter
Pine Mountain State Park – Michael Braley
Lake Cumberland State Park – Matt Barnes
Big Bone Lick State Park – Austin Dunbar
Foot Boonesborough State Park – Robby Davis
E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park – Bryan Patrick Todd
John James Audubon State Park – Billy Lilly
Dale Hollow State Park – Kendall Regan
Here are the first three posters: