Litchen on Camp Alice Trail

United States

Size: 23.8 H x 23.8 W x 2.8 in

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Art Description

Painting: Fabric, Paper, Paint and Acrylic on Paper and Wood.

Camp Alice was a historic logging camp and tourist railroad depot. Between the 1920’s and 1940’s tourists drove to Camp Alice and then hiked the strenuous one-quarter to the summit of Mount Mitchell, NC. It’s a shady trail of spruce-fir trees many of which appear to have snow on them even in the summer because of the lichen. It is also rocky with twists and turns, especially near the top. This is a segment of the Mountains-to-Sea trail. The collage painting includes bits of torn pages from old books, Japanese, and hand-colored archival papers as well as charcoal pencil. It is wired and ready to hang.

Keywords: Camp Alice Trail, Mt. Mitchell, Trees, Collage, Acrylic Painting, Mixed Media Art, NC Mountains

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Abstract Expressionism

Mediums: Fabric, Paper, Paint, Acrylic

Materials: Paper, Wood

Prints: Abstract Art Prints, Abstract Expressionism Art Prints, Fabric Art Prints, Paper Art Prints, Paint Art Prints, Acrylic Art Prints, Paper Art Prints, Wood Art Prints

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