Monday, December 19, 2016

Best Wishes for Happy Holidays 2016

Christmas card by John J. Tackett
for The Devoted Classicist blog.


The Devoted Classist has been happily occupied by a large John Tackett Design architectural project and has not found the time to post here as often as he would like.  But there are still many topics in the cobwebs that will be realized here in the future.  In the meantime, you can also follow @thedevotedclassicist on Instagram.  Many thanks, Devoted Readers, for your loyal following, and best wishes for the holidays.

15 comments:

  1. We miss you madly.....I also have commissions....(YAY!) and blogging is low on my list.....I adore it....but floor plans and orders for light fixtures......etc......have overcome my blogposts! Back soon....I hope!

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  2. I always enjoy the subjects you write about.
    Have a happy and peaceful holiday.
    --Jim

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    1. Thank you, Jim. Your thoughtful comments are always appreciated.

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  3. Have a super holiday, healthy and peaceful. Let us have more architectural history etc in the new year.

    Hels
    Greenwich Village in New York - art, literature, progressive politics

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  4. The card is perfect. Love all that you do, John. All the best for the coming year.
    Warm holiday wishes from Cynthia Lambert.

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  5. Beautiful card design John!
    All the Best in 2017!
    Dean Farris

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    1. Dean, I STILL have not made it to Naples. Someday.

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  6. I've missed your teachings...parables of style are so rare today, yours are of the highest vision...modern yet borne from antiquity...let's hope 2017 sees your wisdom in print sprinkled with a dash of lucrative projects between though small but rare...like you and your blog! Merry Christmas and Happy Healthy 2017. God Bless America!

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    1. Your insightful reflections are appreciated as well!
      Best wishes, T.S.

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  7. Always a pleasure to see your holiday drawing, John! Who wouldn't be drawn to that elegant setting, imaginary though it may be?

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