Kentucky artist John Ward recently attended Kentucky author Eddie Price's book signing of One Drop -- A Slave! at Winchester's library. John's artwork is featured on the book cover and John was on hand to sign prints of Paddle Wheeler if customers desired to purchase a companion item to Mr. Price's book. Prints are available of Paddle Wheeler.
Sponsored by Western Kentucky University, the Mountain Workshops held their 43rd annual workshop in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky during the week of Oct. 22, 2018. In addition to the students participating in the program, WKU faculty members were joined by volunteer shooting, editing, and writing coaches who traveled from across the country to participate in the program.
John Ward was selected to be one of the stories for the workshop and worked with photojournalist Alexander Volberding. It was an exciting and interesting process to have John's life documented in photos including capturing John's life at work and home.
Check out John's story called Living Double at: https://mountainworkshops.org/history/2018/14080 (link works best in Chrome)
Photos by Alexander Volberding.
John Ward was commissioned by the Ripley, Ohio Lions Club to create their bicentennial print of Ripley from the waterfront of the Ohio River called Ripley, Ohio Bicentennial.
Lee Greenwood, American country artist, was the featured entertainment during the weekend events. John presented Mr. Greenwood with the Ripley Bicentennial print.
John Ward's Picture, Beauty at Bennett's Mill, Selected by American Academy of Equine Art: 2012 Fall Open Juried Exhibition
Kentucky artist John Ward was selected by the highly selective American Academy of Equine Art to exhibit his artwork, Beauty at Bennett's Mill, in their 2012 Fall Open Juried Exhibition. John's work will be included in the exhibit from September 14 - October 24, 2012 at the Scott County Arts and Cultural Center/Gallery located in Georgetown, Kentucky.
The American Academy of Equine Art spotlights work of invited and juried equine artists.
The Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association (KEHA) commissioned Mr. John Ward of Mount Sterling to paint a commemorative 80th anniversary print in 2012. This beautiful, colorful work of art could fit in any homemaker's home in Kentucky. http://keha.ca.uky.edu/content/keha-reflections
KEHA Reflections features a white farmhouse with sites common to farms in days gone by including a red barn, garden, tire swing, horses, quilts, red wagon, and a Martin birdhouse.
Prints are available of Reflections.
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