Posts Tagged betty harper

Fun Times: Elvis Birthday Week WrapUp

It was another successful birthday celebration in spite of temperatures in the teens. Fans bundled up braved the cold to celebrate Elvis’ 80th birthday. The sun showed favor on us as did the wind during the proclamation/cake cutting ceremonies held on the lawn of Graceland, for that we were thankful. Soon thereafter the wind found its steam again and kicked

Betty Harper @ Heartbreak Hotel: Elvis’ 80th Birthday Celebration

Place: Heartbreak Hotel, Betty Harper signing. Date and Time: January  7th, 8th, & 9th from 12:00 – 5:00 Please come by and say hello. I did my first one woman exhibit in 1978, in downtown Memphis at the 1st Tennessee Bank. It was in conjunction with the American Trilogy billboard, which I made to commemorate the loss of one of the city’s favorite sons.

Pinterest highlights ELVIS ART board

For those of you who are familiar with Pinterest and understand catch phrases like “pinning” and boards”, we came across an Elvis Fan, Linda, who created an “Elvis Board” that has been featured on Pinterset today. Linda’s board consist of a collection of her favorite Elvis Artwork. As we were going through her board of Elvis Art, we noticed she


A Special Thanks: I am excited about my new website and for that thanks must go to my talented daughter, Bridget, for her tireless effort in creating this site. She has put a great deal of effort in making it as user friendly as possible. Her technical skill and creative eye have produced just what I wanted. Those of you


I was in the  process of a little spring cleaning when I came across this copy the October ’99 issue of  Reminisce magazine. It has been nearly a year since my father died at the age of 93 and coming across this magazine brings back a lot of memories. I had done a drawing of Dad sitting on the bumper


    I had the good fortune of meeting Loretta Lynn in July 1969 where she was performing at the county fair in Mayfield, Ky. She was on the back of a flatbed truck, playing a guitar, barefoot, and the crowd loved her. Over the next year we ran into each other in different towns as we were both traveling,