One-hundred signed and numbered prints of the watercolor of The Cedars (Cates-Gaither House) of Fulton, Mississippi, are now available. This limited-edition offering of The Cedars is to benefit local efforts to preserve, relocate, and renovate Fulton's second oldest surviving residence.
Artist Teb Thornton of Fulton hand-signed, numbered,
and titled each of the 100 copies on October 10, 2009.
Thornton donated his watercolor of The Cedars to Preserving Itawamba County's Heritage, a local action group whose first project is to save The Cedars (Cates-Gaither House).
Copies of The Cedars limited-edition print lined up for the ink
to dry from the signing and numbering.
All of the proceeds from the sale of the prints will go towards the preservation, relocation, and renovation of The Cedars, a landmark Fulton residence built by the Cates family and most recently occupied by the Gaither family.
The cost is $100 per print --- make your tax-deductible check payable to:
Create--Gaither House Project Fund and indicate on the check that it is for a limited edition print.See the left-side bar on this page for ordering information. Order today to insure that you acquire one of the limited signed and numbered prints. Only 100 copies are being offered.
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