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Linda Barnicott, Pittsburgh Artist’s Print

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Pittsburghers! You Can Win a Beautiful Original Print, "You Gotta Regatta" by Internationally Famous Pittsburgh Artist, Linda Barnicott

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Your Chance to Win a Signed Print of Linda Barnicott, Internationally Famous Pittsburgh Artist’s Print, “You Gotta Regatta” ENTER HERE

Contest ends, October 31, 2014. Winner will be announced on

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You Might Be a Pittsburgher

Not only can you win this beautiful print but you might become famous also. If you win, we'll talk about you on PositivelyPittsburghLive Talkcast?Podcast and we'll put your picture up in all of these places.

Rules of the Contest

1. You must be a Pittsburgher, former Pittsburgher or within the tri-state area of Pittsburgh and consider yourself a Pittsburgher.

2. Contest Ends at Midnight on October 31, 2014. Then we'll probably have a new one, but you won't get a chance at You Gotta Regatta.



About Linda Barnicott, Pittsburgh Artist

Linda Barnicott began her career as a portrait artist in 1975. Today she is beloved and sought-after for her enchanting portraits of Pittsburgh. Using rich pastel colors, she captures the unique beauty of famous Pittsburgh scenes with a charm all her own. It began in 1989 with the now-famous tribute to downtown holiday shopping entitled “Meet Me Under Kaufmann’s Clock.” The work immediately won the hearts of Pittsburghers, who have been meeting friends under the clock downtown for years. From this work Linda created several series of Pittsburgh landmarks, capturing warm memories that are loved by generations. In 1995, she began painting a collection of Kennywood Park scenes that has become even more popular. Since then, she has brought to life the magic of every amusement park in the region, including Story Book Forest, Idlewild Park, Sand Castle Water Park and West View Park, which closed in 1977.

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