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September/October 2018 Issue

The Country Register of Texas and Oklahoma is published every two months. The time seems to fly by between issues.

For those who prefer to read on-line we are now publishing the complete paper here for you on our web site and will leave back issues on as well. How often we have been called and someone has given their paper away or misplaced it and needed the name or location of a shop, a tea room or wanted to know where there was a paper close to them.

The print edition will still be available as usual in each advertising shop and other select rack locations. Some people will always and forever prefer to sit down in a cozy chair with a cup of coffee or tea and read through the paper edition page by page. The younger generations are more apt to go on-line and so we hope to just broaden our readership and bring more customers to the shops because of this extra exposure.

 

 Cover Artist featured in this issue:

Glynda Turley

Arkansas artist Glynda Turley makes her home in the foothills of the beautiful Ozark Mountains.  She grew up in a time when art wasn’t offered in her rural country school and art supplies weren’t available.  However, that didn’t stop her from creating.  Her passion for art began at a very young age.  With her school pencil and crayons she sketched and colored her very own paper dolls.  Little did she know that in years to come her art would grace the walls of thousands of homes across the country.  Her designs have been licensed for many years for all kinds of gift products and home décor.  

Glynda’s artwork reflects the beauty of her flower gardens and her great love for nature.  Her grandchildren also are often subjects of her work.  She strives to take the viewer of her work into a time and place of beauty, peace and harmony - - where time seems to stand still.  Her recent work is a collection of scenes and historic buildings from Cades Cove in the Smoky Mountains.  After vacationing there for 25 years, Glynda discovered that her great-great-great grandfather, John Lacy, was one of the early settlers to live in Cades Cove in the early 1800s.  She credits the revelation to God’s timing and plan for her life and his hand upon her work.  

To view Glynda’s art prints, go to www.PennyLanePublishing.com or call Penny Lane Publishing at 800-273-5263 for more information.