April 15, 2021

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WILLIAM PARKER HARLOWE | Kentucky

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WILLIAM PARKER HARLOWE, 63, of Lexington, Kentucky, loving partner of Charles Bitner, handed away March 3, 2021. He was born on Oct 13, 1957, in Huntington, West Virginia, to Jacqueline Roach and Noel Harlowe. He was preceded in loss of life by his father, Noel Harlowe grandparents, Elizabeth and William Roach, Kitty and Horace Harlowe aunt, Gail Humphreys and cousin, Melinda Humphreys Manning. Parker graduated from Barboursville Significant College in 1975 and attended Marshall University and Columbus Higher education of Artwork & Design. As a youngster, he invested summers on his grandparents’ farm deep in the hills of North Carolina. His extremely to start with artwork was produced on his grandmother’s canvas window shade at the age of 5. Parker was fascinated by mother nature and rapidly uncovered the designs on moth wings, the coloration contrasts of gardens and reveled in the spirals of a sunflower and fragile style of a fern. As a self-employed doing work artist, he designed beautifully ornate murals for a lot of high-class private properties and prestigious enterprises in Naples, Fla., from 1992-2013. In early 2000 he painted a stunning mural in the memorial back garden at St. Raphael Catholic Church in Lehigh Acres, Fla. He had studio house in one of Chicago’s primary artwork districts in the neighborhood of Bridgeport, at the Zhou B Artwork Middle, in 2013. From there he moved and settled in Lexington, Ky., where he joined the LexArts and exhibited his function in a number of reveals. He is survived by his spouse, Charles Bitner and beloved animals, Mimi and Ben, of Lexington, Ky. mom, Jacqueline Howes brothers, Scott (Kitty) Harlowe of Charlottesville, Va., and Michael Harlowe of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. uncle, Harold Humphreys cousins, Kimberly Humphreys and Amy (Doug) Williams, all of Houston, TX together with three nephews and two nieces. Memorial providers will be held at a later day because of to COVID-19. Donations could be built in Parker’s identify to the Lexington Art League, 209 Castlewood Travel, Lexington, KY 40505.

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