Below are my paintings of people and places that inspire me and bring me joy. Click to customize your shopping experience. With each click you can select the medium and size. All can be purchased as fine art prints on canvas, paper, metal and more. Some are also available as original paintings. View your size selection in "Wall Preview" or use "Live Preview AR" to see it in your own home.
Looking down on the Little Patuxent River, I saw the snow collecting on the ruins of the mill's Boiler House. I instantly decided that I needed to paint this idyllic scene. The Boiler House actually sits in the river just below Historic Savage Mill, where it could draw water directly into its four large boilers to heat this 19th century textile mill.
A bit of historical background of Savage Mill:
In 1820, the Williams brothers founded a textile mill on the banks of the Little Patuxent River just north of Laurel, Maryland. Funding for the mill was provided by William Savage, a friend of theirs, who both the mill and the surrounding mill town was named after.
Savage Mill primarily produced cotton canvas from 1822 to 1947 from raw cotton delivered by train across the river over the now historic Bollman Bridge. Canvas woven at the mill was used for making sails for clipper ships sailing out of Baltimore Harbor along with tents and cannon covers during the Civil War. From 1890-1900, canvas from Savage Mill was used for painted backdrops for Hollywood's first silent movies and later for canvas cots, truck covers and transport bags used by soldiers in both WWI and WWII.
"Surround yourself with the signs and sounds of places and people you enjoy and make you smile" - Roxana Sinex
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