Larry R. Richardson & Associates
New Fundraising Project
The Wade L. Bourne Nature Center is in the planning stage in Montgomery County, Tennessee. Awaiting final approval by the county government, the new outdoor education facility will honor the legacy of its namesake. Contact us to contribute to this project. See www.wadebournenaturecenter.org for more information.
I have completed another book, this time with Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation, the non-profit arm of Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. The title: Tennessee Wilderness - A Legacy Endures. It's a "coffee-table book" with photographer Tom Woods, a retired TWRA officer. He’s a real pro and his work rates up there with the best. We're featuring the Wildlife Management Areas and other scenic treasures of the Volunteer State. The WMAs are often overlooked outdoor gems that everyone can enjoy. Throughout the 200+ page book, you will see mountain top vistas, wild rivers, waterfalls and swamps teaming with wildlife. The pages will beckon the readers of all ages to return again and again. The proceeds from the sale of books benefit the Foundation.
Email me if you want a copy ($45.00 includes shipping/handling): email@example.com.
Cumberland River - An American Legacy
After two years of putting together artwork featuring the Cumberland River, the project is off and running! There are currently 30 paintings in the collection. Artwork features various points on or adjacent to the meandering river that begins in Harlan, Kentucky, dips down into Tennessee and ends at Smithland, Kentucky on the Ohio River. Contact Larry if interested in purchasing a painting or scheduling an art exhibit.
More shows are planned for 2018 and beyond with new paintings at each stop.
To see more on this project, go to www.cumberlandriverartist.com.
Close up of Workhorse of the Cumberland.