Giclees

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First Light

Giclee Print
15″ x 26″
Edition Size 250

Price: $325.00
P&P: $35.00
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A Mountain Christmas

Giclee Print
14″ x 20″
Edition Size 250

This is the E.E. Ogle Store as it looked in l923 in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, The store was located on the corner of Hwy. 441 and River Road, where the Mtn. Mall is today. The mountain family is crossing Baskin Creek on their way home. Through the years the store was a meeting place for the locals as well as a landmark for early visitors to the mountains.

Price: $250.00
P&P: $25.00
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Spring Eternal

Giclee Print
14″ x 20″
Edition Size 250

This painting was commissioned in honor and memory of two dear friends,
Robert and Emily Nixon. Both rest in the Huskey Cemetary. Robert and Emily loved the Smokies; this is the view from the cemetary. It is also the view from
their  home nestled on the side of the mountain.

Price: $250.00
P&P: $25.00
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Another Time

Giclee Print
14″ x 20″
Edition Size 250

This old country store sat on the corner of Webb’s Creek and Highway 416 in the town of Pittman Center, Tennessee. It was owned by John Green.  This little store probably couldn’t hold all of the great memories made there! Come and sit awhile…

Price: $250.00
P&P: $25.00
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I'll Fly Away - Small

Giclee Print
14″ x 20″
Edition Size 100 (Signed)

I’ll Fly Away – Wiley Oakley “The Roamin’ Man of the Mountains” – Wiley Oakley was born on September 12, 1885, in a small log cabin under the foot of Mt. LeConte in what is now part of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. He spent his life promoting Gatlinburg and the Smoky Mountains.  He never went to school, but did learn to read & write and gained enough knowledge about the mountains, its wildlife, shrubs, flowers and trees that he was sought out by noted scientists, professors and well-educated people from all walks of life to show and teach them things about the mountains that they did not know.  Wiley’s health failed before his death in 1954, and his trips to the mountains became shorter and less frequent. One day he was joshing his doctor about sending him a bottle containing only two or three pills swathed in a lot of cotton.  Wiley said, “I figger I may take the cotton and throw the pills away. The cotton might do me more good than the pills.”  Wiley was patient and cheerful through his last days.  He insisted that his son Harvey and band keep playing the mountain music outside for tourists so he could listen to it, requesting his favorite song: “I’ll Fly Away.”

Price: $250.00
P&P: $25.00
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