mills date back to antiquity ...

 

foundation to our survival ~

continuing as a vital part of every culture ...

Limited editions, artist proofs and Giclée

Aldie Mill 


Issued in 2009 
Giclee on paper 
IS: 8-7/16 x 20-1/16 ins. 


Edition: 250 and 25 artist's proofs 
$120                         

The oldest structures in the present day Aldie Mill complex were constructed between 1807 and 1809 in Loudoun County, Virginia, and the mill operated until 1971. It was donated to the Virginia Outdoors Foundation in 1981, and the Foundation has been restoring the mill to serve as an operating example of an early 19th-century wheat and corn mill.

Autumn at Silver Lake Mill 


Issued in 2012 
Giclee on paper 
IS: 12-3/16 x 12-13/16 ins. 


Edition: 500 and 25 artist's proofs 
$120

Silver Lake Mill, built in 1832 to grind corn into meal, has a rich history associated with the German Baptist Brethren and their Mennonite neighbors. The mill is located close to I-81 in the town of Dayton and is well worth a visit. Burnt by General Custer in the Civil War, it was first restored in 1866 and then again more recently by LDA Creations

Baylor's Mill 


Issued in 2005 
IS: 15-3/8 x 19-3/8 ins.

PS: 17-3/8 x 21-3/8 ins. 


Edition: 1,000 and 25 artist's proofs 
$150

Baylor’s Mill is located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley in Augusta County, Va. Similar in structure to neighboring Wade’s Mill, it dates to around 1814. The English-born Baylor’s purchased the land in 1797 from Peter Hanger, a German descendant who may have built the mill.

Bennett's Mill 


Issued in 2008 
IS: 10-1/8 x 22 ins.

PS: 12-1/8 x 24 ins. 


Edition: 500 and 25 artist's proofs 
$125

Bennett’s Mill features the mill and covered bridge in Greenup County, Kentucky. The bridge was constructed in 1855 and is still in use today, while the mill is no longer standing.

Beyond The Falls 


Issued in 2001 
IS: 17-1/2 x 22-1/4 ins.

PS: 19-1/2 x 24-1/2 ins. 


Edition: 1,000 and 25 artist's proofs 
$220

The Red Mill is located in Clinton, New Jersey. The earliest section of this mill was built in 1810 to process wool. Today the mill is part of The Red Mill Museum Village and houses a large portion of the museum's collection

Chapman Mill 


Issued in 2015 
Giclee on paper 
IS: 6 x 6 ins. 


Edition: 250 and 25 artist's proofs 
$55

 

Broad Run, Virginia

Country Memories 


Issued in 2011 
Giclee on paper 
IS: 9-1/2 x 19-1/8 ins. 


Edition: 250 and 25 artist's proofs 
$120

Inspired by Virginia mills, Country Memories evokes a sense of nostalgia for life rewarded through hard work. It implies a celebration of the simple pleasures that in today’s world seem to have passed us by. Country Memories depicts a rustic mill in a lush, rich setting. Flowers and tall grass whisper in the breath of spring.

Fun at the Ole Time Festival 


Issued in 2013 
Giclee on paper 
IS: 9-3/4 x 11-13/16 ins. 


Edition: 250 and 25 artist's proofs 
$95

Edinburg Mill during Edinburg, Virginia’s, Ole Time Festival.

Glade Creek Grist Mill 


Issued in 2003 
IS: 7-1/2 x 7-9/16 ins.

PS: 11 x 11-1/16 ins. 


Edition: 1,000 and 25 artist's proofs 
$70

Kline Mill - Whispers of Our Past 


Issued in 2004 
IS: 7-1/4 x 9-1/4 ins.

PS: 10-3/4 x 12-3/4 ins. 


Edition: 1,000 and 25 artist's proofs 
$70

Kline Mill shows the Oliver Evan Kline Mill, located south of Winchester, Virginia. The mill is perhaps the best example of a mill that operates on the "Evan's System" and the original machinery, first installed in 1795, remains undisturbed since the last days of operation.

McCormick's Mill, Raphine, VA 


Issued in 2004 
IS: 7-1/2 x 9 ins.

PS: 10-1/2 x 10-3/4 ins. 


Edition: 1,000 and 25 artist's proofs 
$75

Cyrus Hall McCormick invented the first successful reaper and founded the harvesting machine industry. This, the world's first successful mechanical reaper, opened a new era in agriculture, an age of mechanization that changed life on the farm. Visitors are welcome to tour the McCormick farm in Walnut Grove, including the historic blacksmith shop turned museum, grist mill and manor house, which are National Historic Landmarks. The mill was last utilized for grinding wheat in 1931. It is believed to date prior to 1800. Its typical overshot wheel, generating about 17 horsepower, is propelled by water from the pond across the road.

Morning At The Mill 


Issued in 1998 
IS: 4/3/8 x 6-1/8 ins.

PS: 8 x 10-1/4 ins. 


Edition: 1,000 and 25 artist's proofs 
$60

Independence, Iowa

Old Mill Waterwheel 


Issued in 2012 
Giclee on paper 
IS: 9-1/2 x 11 ins. 


Edition: 250 and 25 artist's proofs 
$90

Old Mill at Berry College in

Mount Berry, Georgia.

Picnic at the Mill 


Issued in 2007 
IS: 9 x 24-1/4 ins.

PS: 11 x 26-1/4 ins. 


Edition: 1,000 and 25 artist's proofs 
$125

Silver Lake Mill, built in 1832 to grind corn into meal, has a rich history associated with the German Baptist Brethren and their Mennonite neighbors. The mill is located close to I-81 in the town of Dayton and is well worth a visit. Burnt by General Custer in the Civil War, it was first restored in 1866 and then again more recently by LDA Creations.

Pigeon Forge Mill 


Issued in 2004 
IS: 22-1/8 x 30 ins.

PS: 24-1/8 x 32 ins. 


Edition: 500 and 25 artist's proofs 
$350

Located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, the Old Mill is one of the most photo-graphed in the country and over 1,000,000 visitors make a stop at this Smoky Mountain landmark each year. It still functions as it did when it was built in 1830, daily grinding thousands of pounds of grains with every turn of its giant water-powered wheel.

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