Wednesday, March 25, 2015

K is for Kenan's Mill Painting

during the Selma Historic Pilgrimage this past weekend,
 and here is a beauty by Jack Kidd

Many plein air paintings sold at the Selma Art Guild's
 Wet Paint Sale Saturday, but some are still available 
this Friday and Saturday from 12-4.

Kenan's Mill is an 1860's gristmill that stayed in business more than a century,
 producing stone-ground grits and cornmeal. The mill is open to the public
 during Selma's Historic Pilgrimage in March and for the Kenan's Mill Festival
 in early November.

 The Kenan's Mill park can be rented for special occasions.
 It includes the mill, mill house, covered stage, swinging bridge
 across Valley Creek, brick charcoal kiln and barn area with restrooms. 

Linking to ABC Wednesday where the Letter of the Week is "K"


carolann said...

I can see your a real artistic artist.

Great piece of art.

My first time here to join you guys and gals.

I did enter.
I like comments.

Lea said...

I love seeing old mills - in paintings, photos, or in person!
Have a beautiful day!

William Kendall said...

It is a beautiful painting. I'd love to visit the mill.

Reader Wil said...

Thank you for this beautiful painting of the mill and for its history.

Lmkazmierczak said...

A nice painting to be displayed prominently♪

EG CameraGirl said...

I;d love to visit the mill sometime! Looks fascinating to me!

Trubes said...

wonderful piece of art, thank you for sharing it with us,

Best wishes,
ABCW team.

Linda said...

I like old mills!

Roger Owen Green said...

"down by the old mill stream" is now stuck in my head