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Linda Barnicott’s, “Romance of Kennywood” check collection contain five images of the Historic Kennywood Amusement Park and are simply breathtaking. Linda’s attention to detail makes believable to step into the lives of the people portrayed in each image. The nostalgic memories of the Carousel, Noah’s Ark and Kennywood’s many coasters bring a sense of happiness and appreciation for art. Ordering the “Romance of Kennywood’s” personal checks will accomplish a uniqueness in writing checks that is all your own.
Linda is very pleased to announce the release of her first poster, “Making Memories at Noah’s Ark.” This stately composition of Kennywood Park’s oldest ride, is a smaller, more affordable version of Linda’s sold out limited edition print by the same name.
Enjoy a spectacular view of Pittsburgh from the hills of the West Endwith this new holiday ornament from Linda Barnicott.Capture warm smile and childhood giggles with this special ornament featuring one of Linda’s first painting.
Linda’s second poster is a reproduction of one of her most nostalgic paintings, “Coasting Through Kennywood.” It makes a great companion to Linda’s other posters. Order all four today!
Secondary market prints of “The Magical Entrance of Kennywood” are available
Once seated, you swiftly careen down the wooden track. Everyone watching is just a blur as you scream past them towards a 90 foot drop into a ravine. Your day is complete with memories that will linger as you recall to others your electrifying ride on the Thunderbolt.
Wendell August Forge, maker of heirloom-quality personalized metal gifts that commemorate life’s special moments, has partnered with Linda for the forth year to create this 2013 collection of ornaments that celebrate the history, magic and fun that is Kennywood.
Linda Barnicott, captured warm smiles and childhood giggles in her landmark painting. “Ride With Me on the Carousel”, now available as a poster. Order it today along with Linda’s other posters and own all four.
Linda Barnicott’s, “Wonders of Kennywood” address labels depicts historic Kennywood Amusement Park at the peak of its season. Instead of Manually handwriting, address labels save time and they give each envelope its proper identification. You can use them on books, mailers, envelopes, video tapes and more. They imbibe the image of a person or company’s profile and yet add a special quality and character to each use. The “Wonder’s of Kennywood” series has 5 different images that are artistic and fun to use.