A Blog about Finding Inspiration

"We have a wonderful world to be inspired by and each new day is like an adventure into the unknown, where things that require a second glance can be captured in time on a canvas for anyone to enjoy forever." (Louise Corke)

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Campbell's Covered Bridge 4 '13

Campbell's Covered Bridge is the fifth  painting I completed for my State Park Series in April.  Many of you may remember it from  my post of Oct. 26,  2012 when we stopped to picnic at  this  is a well-preserved piece of Upcountry history.  It is the only covered bridge remaining in South Carolina.   Campbell's Covered Bridge is named for Lafayette Campbell, owner of a nearby grist mill who allowed his property to be used for the bridge's construction. Built in 1909, it bridges a lovely, meandering stream. The Campbell's Covered Bridge site is now owned by Greenville County.

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