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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:48 AM
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by Eric last modified Dec 22, 2010

We had a wonderful response to our recent feature article on Organic Architecture holiday cards. As a special treat, here are a couple more cards that our generous PrairieMod readers sent. See them after the jump... Colleen Cantlon and Jim Greenwald from Madison, Wisconsin sent us a scan of their Christmas Card for this year. The card contains a nighttime photograph of their John Randal McDonald-designed home, which they call the Vukelich House (because the...




 

 

6a00d8341bf72a53ef0147e081fbb3970b We had a wonderful response to our recent feature article on Organic Architecture holiday cards. As a special treat, here are a couple more cards that our generous PrairieMod readers sent. See them after the jump...

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Colleen Cantlon and Jim Greenwald from Madison, Wisconsin sent us a scan of their Christmas Card for this year.  The card contains a nighttime photograph of their John Randal McDonald-designed home, which they call the Vukelich House (because the Vukelichs were the first owners). The luminarias were place on the roof by Colleen and Jim, with the photograph taken about 2 weeks ago.

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George James, Taliesin Fellow (1952-1953) wrote us some of his holiday reflections and included one of his wonderful card designs as a special treat. George writes: "For over thirty years after receiving my “Letter of Recommendation” from Mr. Wright, I produced an annual Christmas card design based on the Christmas Star. Sometimes life becomes too complex to do the good things one should do. So, eventually, the Christmas card designs came to a halt. However, several years ago my wife and I decided to re-issue, as a one-time-Christmas-greeting, the one I have attached for your collection."

Many thanks to Colleen, Jim and George for sending these fantastic holiday cards. Season's Greetings and Happy New Year!

Opening image copyright Phil Feddersen. All other images copyright the individual artists associated with them.


 

 

 
 
 

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