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This is a watercolor of a sacred spot in Red Clay State Park in Cleveland TN. The Blue Hole is a natural spring that glimmers with a beautiful blue light, the heart of what was the last home of the Cherokee before their forced removal on the Trail of Tears.
This watercolor image captures the council house used by the last governing body of the Cherokee nation before their forced removal on the Trail of Tears in 1838. It is located in Red Clay State Park near Cleveland TN.
This small plein air painting was done on location near the source of the Manatee River in Bradenton FL. Time goes very fast when I am painting on location so I am not sure if it was an hour or two hours to bring it to completion. Plein air painting brings all the feelings ofnbsp;… [View Details]