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Upcoming Linda Bruckheimer Photography Exhibit at My Old Kentucky Home State Park


In conjuction with Preservation Kentucky and the Kentucky State Parks Foundation please join us at  “An Old Kentucky Garden” event on Thursday, April 28, 2016 from 5:30 – 8:00pm held at My Old Kentucky Home State Park in Bardstown, Kentucky.

The evening will feature the Linda Bruckheimer Photography Exhibit, Local Colors:  Scenes from the Kentucky Roadside. 

The landscaped gardens were designed, installed and donated by Jon Carloftis Fine Gardens who will also be a part of this enchanting evening along with a special appearance by The Stephen Foster Story Singers.

Tickets are available at ($75 ea.) and include hors d’oeuvres and Kentucky Bourbon from Maker’s Mark and Four Roses.

Hope to see you there!



To view the official invitation for this, click here.


The Linda Bruckheimer Photo Exhibit the Opening Reception at the Governor’s Mansion

. . . I have traveled far and wide, always hunting for the remains of the past. These photos of the Kentucky countryside were taken mostly from the front seat of a car. That is how I saw things then… and this is how I still see them now.” — Linda Bruckheimer

“Kentucky Unseen: Roadside Views of the Bluegrass” – October 21, 2015

The iconic images of Linda’s Kentucky capture a Commonwealth less traveled and are featured in this exhibition by invitation of the Governor and First Lady. Her generous support of Preservation Kentucky and Kentucky State Parks is helping to preserve state treasures and restore our state parks to national prominence.

Images from the Linda Bruckheimer Photography Exhibitions are now available for purchase at Nettie Jarvis Antiques or by calling the store at (502) 252-9555.


Above: Linda Bruckheimer with First Lady, Jane Beshear

photos courtesy of Paul Atkinson

Preservation Kentucky and the Kentucky State Parks Foundation are 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofits and rely on donations, grants and membership revenues to sustain programs, services and operations. PK’s purpose is to protect, encourage and advocate for the preservation of Kentucky’s historic resources, built environments, rural landscapes and prehistoric sites. KSPF’s purpose is to protect, enhance, advocate for and promote the natural, historical and cultural resources of state parks and historic sites within state parks.



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