The original painting has been sold. However, it is available as an Archival Fine Art Print. The print image measures 12×16 and is on archival, 100% cotton rag fine art paper for original pastels or on stretched canvas for original oils
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Union County is one of the more scenic regions in North Georgia. My father loves living in this areaThis is a scene from “the Murphy Highway” in fall, the road from Blairsville Georgia to Murphy, NC. A bit of trivia: Murphy is where they finally caught Eric Rudolph.
This scene is on the “Murphy Highway” going from Blairsville, Georgia, to Murphy, North Carolina.
Murphy is a town in and the county seat of Cherokee County, North Carolina, United States. You can tell by the name of the county that the region is rich in Cherokee Native American history.
Murphy is at the confluence of the Hiwassee and Valley rivers. To the Cherokee, the region was known as lanusi-yi (the Leech Place), due to the legend about a giant leech named Tlanusi who lived in the Hiwassee River there.
We create the digital capture used for printing with the most advanced equipment; color is hand balanced to match the exact colors in the artwork at the time of capture by art reproduction experts. Those same professionals then make prints onto the archival material best suited to reproduce the original texture.
About Bill Suttles on ArtJolt
Bill Suttles on ArtJolt is maintained by his son, Todd Suttles. My father and I started this site during the first Covid19 self-isolation period. My dad, who is 89, continues to paint every day as he has his entire life, and I am now doing my part to bring my dad’s lifetime of work to a greater audience. Over his lifetime, he has painted thousands of paintings sitting in private and corporate collections all over the world.
As is typical with most artists, my father has never been one to toot his own horn. If he can create his art and magically have it find a happy owner, he is most comfortable. For most artists balancing the line between creating and promoting is an awkward experience. My purpose in creating this site is to bring him the exposure that will enable him to experience the accolades I feel he deserves but won’t pursue.
Thank You for visiting us and please tell your friends about my dad’s art. – Todd Suttles, 2020