In 1761, having burned the Cherokee towns along the Little Tennessee River, British and Carolinian forces crossed Cowee Bald, then marched down Connelly Creek on their way to destroying the Cherokee towns on the Tuckasegee River (from Cowee Mountain’s Wartime History, Smoky Mountain News, December, 2010). A column of Redcoats would have surely been a striking—and terrifying—sight among the spring-time verdure I found on Connelly Creek.
Studio painting – February.
March 4 - April 30, 2020
Circle Gallery, UGA College of Environment + Design
January 16 - June 16, 2013
UGA Press Office, UGA Main Library 3rd Floor
Exploring the Upcountry with Bartram
April 8 – June 10 2011
The Sandor Teszler Library Gallery at Wofford College
Spartanburg, South Carolina
Scenes from the Southern Frontier
October 21 – December 31, 2011
The Macon Museum of Arts and Sciences