Blue Ridge Parkway Artist’s Cascades Painting and Blue Ridge Discovery Center News


Blue Ridge Parkway Artist

 

Be sure to click on my newest video about The Cascades and other beautiful scenes with water!

 

I took a break from my new Pawleys Island series to paint the gorgeous Cascades waterfall in Giles County, VA.  This beautiful site is one of the most popular attractions of  The Jefferson National Forest and I have made the two mile hike to the falls many times .

The hike is two miles and it is mostly up so I know I will be tired but it is worth it.  The pool below the falls is icy cold but that never stopped me from swimming in it.   I spent many summers vacationing at Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and the water there is always cold.

I am very pleased with the painting!  I think I captured the energy of the falls and the beautiful, serene setting with a subtle light effect that emphasizes the warm/cool color contrast. 

 

IMG_1612 (1)Cascades in Giles County     Original  24″x20″ Oil Painting    $960

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at    KENDALL KESSLER ART

 

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Eagle Fire    Original 16″x 20″ Oil Painting       $670

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 Life with The Bird and Word Man – Clyde Kessler

Clyde is traveling to Independence, VA today to meet with the Board of Directors of The Blue Ridge Discovery Group!  Lots of great events to be planned!  Don’t miss tomorrow’s hike! 

Blue Ridge Expeditions: Hike Brushy Mountain North of Crandon
Sat, September 13, 12am – Sun, September 14, 12am
Where
Applachain Trail, Brushy Mountain north of Crandon
Calendar
BRDC Web Calendar
Created by
aaron@blueridgediscoverycenter.org
Description
September 13th on Brushy mountain north of Crandon. All hikes are on the famed Appalachian Trail, a 2,200 mile footpath from Georgia to Maine, completed in 1937.

 

 

 

I hope you enjoyed by painting of The Cascades in Giles County by an artist of The Blue Ridge Parkway!