A Kentucky Memory Series

This series covers a variety of topics related to Central Kentucky from Horse Farms, old Tobacco Barns and Bourbon Distilleries to a more distant past of covered bridges and the Civil War. Many people would look at these prints, drift into the past and ponder silent thoughts, and when they would consciously return to the present it was usually followed with "This reminds me of...granddaddy's barn..., dad's old tractor..., mom would take us on Sundays..., when I was a kid we would..., and so it went with fond memories long suppressed in the business of our daily routines. The power of a single image can take us back to simpler times and fond memories of the things we did, and those we loved, and that is how this series came to be. It is literally a series of all our memories, and although we gaze upon the same item, it transports us to a thousand different worlds, each with its own unique story.

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All portfolios in this series are formatted to a standard 8x10 format with a durable High Gloss softcover with Premium High Quality Matte paper (100#, 148 gsm). All proceeds from the Kentucky Memory Series will fund future projects covering various other Kentucky topics. Currently underway, Bourbon Distilleries and State Parks. See Portfolios page for details.

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You can view the entire project before investing in your personal copy for your collection. Simply click on the gadget below, enjoy and order. For additional home and office décor, carefully remove individual prints to matte and frame at cost. Shipped directly from publisher.


The first in the Kentucky Memory Series, this is a compilation of our more popular works from 2005 - 2009 on a variety of topics with a brief description. We are in the process of expanding each category into its own stand alone portfolio.

40 pgs. $49 (US)



Tobacco barns and tractors of Central Kentucky is the second project of the Kentucky Memory series and is a collection of random encounters traveling winding back roads through the rolling landscape of agriculture that was once the height of agricultural industry within the state.

40 pgs. $49 (US)


Covered Bridges of Central KY is the third project in the Kentucky Memory Series. At the turn of the century there were only 13 bridges left in Kentucky. This portfolio covers 6 found throughout Central Kentucky.

40 pgs. $49 (US)


The Civil War in Central Kentucky is the fourth project in the Kentucky Memory Series. This collection covers various monuments and re-enactments throughout Central Kentucky with brief history of battles. This was possible due to the dedicated individuals who participate in living history events.

40 pgs. $49 (US)


The Appaloosa is the fifth project of the Kentucky Memory Series. The Clover S Farm was located in Madison County, owned and operated by Paul and Teresa Smith.

80 pgs. $69 (US)