There is nothing so touching as a unique original painting of a country church. This one is in the historic area of Bethania, NC just after a beautiful, fallen snow.
Bethania, NC is a National Historic Landmark, established in 1759 as a self-sufficient farming community which allowed both Moravian and non-Moravian settlers.The "Alpha" chapel never developed into a church with the building being moved to grounds of Mizpah Moravian Church. Finally, in 2001, the chapel was relocated to its present site, when it was donated to the Town of Bethania by Mr. and Mrs. Burton Winfrey. The building remains in use as the town’s meeting hall.
This 16x20 is on a 3/4 inch wrapped canvas with a gloss seal.
(Reserve Price for May bidding is $95) To bid, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This textured, palette knife painting of a white Barn and farm in the back roads of Dobson,...
We named her Belle. This cracker cow was one of our favorites, and we added...
Join the Collector's Club!
Get first notice on all new collection re;eases, discounts and special art events!Liquid error: Could not find asset snippets/booster-message.liquid