Ray Harm signed his print Hungry Hummers for Lexington coroner Gary Ginn, center, as Gina Lee Sandvik of Chicago, right, took a photo for her father, Leonard Smith, standing front right.
Ray Harm signed his print Hungry Hummers for Lexington coroner Gary Ginn, center, as Gina Lee Sandvik of Chicago, right, took a photo for her father, Leonard Smith, standing front right.
Ray Harm signed his print Hungry Hummers for Lexington coroner Gary Ginn, center, as Gina Lee Sandvik of Chicago, right, took a photo for her father, Leonard Smith, standing front right.

Kentucky wildlife artist Ray Harm dies at 87

April 16, 2015 04:20 PM

UPDATED April 16, 2015 05:44 PM

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