We’ve been thrilled with the variety of Lexington's new public art installations. What better backdrop to tell the story of the Shawnee and Palmer’s engagement?
Our first stop was Heritage Antiques, a Venetian Gothic style church turned treasure trove of vintage décor. Shawnee and Palmer were total naturals – it was easy to capture their excitement for one another!
Then, we made our way to Eduardo Kobra’s “Lincoln” mural, located on the back side of the historic Kentucky Theater. The muralist was brought to the city as part of the 3rd annual PRHBTN festival – a showcase and celebration of street art.
Our final location for the shoot was the “New Moon” installation in Triangle Park. Designed by artists Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett of Calgary, Alberta, the piece was commissioned as part of the Lexington Art League’s brilliant “Luminosity” show.
Watching Shawnee and Palmer come alive in front of our cameras was such a joy. Their passion for each other eclipsed the art surrounding them!