The Cabell County Courthouse in Huntington, West Virginia was built in the Beaux-Arts Classical style in 1899. Originally designed by Gunn and Curtis of Kansas City, and has been expanded in several phases. The construction of the courthouse was supervised by local Huntington architect James B. Stewart.
Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" art print
In my artwork, I like to show many of the interesting things that Huntington is known for. We have a beautiful city and it needs to be shown off. In this series, I have "Restaurants" & "Schools." (Prints & Note Cards)
I also have many Prints & Note Cards that show scenes of the beauty of our wonderful state, West Virginia. In this series, I have Cryptids such as: "The Mothman" & "Bigfoot." (Others to come later.)
I will continue to show interesting images of places and things that pique my interest. I enjoy showing the beauty of the Huntington area and the surrounding state of West Virginia. -Debra Richardson