This framed watercolor is based on a photograph I took when visiting the Great Smoky Mountains. There was a water-powered mill in the park, and a kind gentleman sold the ground corn meal and grits from inside the beautiful weathered building. He kept the window open for a breeze on a warm summer day, and I loved the composition of dark and light that was in the photo. I tried to capture a sense of the patient humor with which this miller approached his work, as he shared stories of the mill with park visitors.
Framed watercolor with acid-free mat.
watercolors on acid free watercolor paper, frame and mat