Mystic Falls II by Mark Keathley

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Thanksgiving Day by Abraham Hunter

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Smoky Morning by Mark Keathley

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Old Time Religion by Abraham Hunter

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Eye of the Storm by Jess Wathen

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Let Your Light Shine by Mark Keathley

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Endurance by Abraham Hunter

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Indivisible by Jess Wathen

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Endurance by Abraham Hunter

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12x24   SN    95     $695 Framed  or    $545 Unframed
12x24   AP    15    $1195 Framed  or   $1045 Unframed
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24×48   AP     5    $2795 Framed  or   $2345 Unframed
36×72   PE     5   $10500 Framed  or   $9700 Unframed


From the Artist:

In England, before our nations War of Independence, a man was born by the name of John Paul Jones. He was made fun of in school, so he became a sailor at the age of 13. He rose quickly through the ranks and became captain of his own ship and was a privateer for the Royal British Navy. When the Revolutionary War broke out, he took the colonials side and quickly took his ship to join and form the Continental Navy! Jones chose to captain the ship, Bonhomme Richard. In my painting, his ship is the one with the “John Paul Jones flag” with blue stripes. Jones misunderstood what the American flag was supposed to look like and made his own! Google it!

One day in British waters, Jones found himself in The Battle Of Flamborough Head against the British ship HMS Serapis. In pirate fashion, he headed straight to the port side of the Serapis to board it and fight a hand to hand battle. When the 50-cannon Serapis opened fire, again and again, Jones’ ship was damaged beyond repair. The British captain shouted out to Jones asking if he wanted to surrender. Jones next words became infamous! “I have not yet begun to fight!” Jones and his sailors took the Serapis capture and left their Bonhomme Richard, which was now burning and sinking, and sailed to peaceful waters with the rest of the Continental Navy. John Paul Jones rose from being a bullied kid and pirate sailor to being “The Father Of The American Navy”!

Imagine having the determination to sail straight into the teeth of 50 cannons firing at you and not be afraid or surrender! Even though his own ship sank, he won the battle and the naval war!

This painting depicts that moment when the Bonhomme Richard catches fire and he continues to fight back and sail on with his fleet behind him! It reminds me of the scripture “run with endurance the race that is set before you”. No matter what you’re facing, keep going and against all odds, you will win the battle!

I hope you enjoy my painting “Endurance”!

~Abraham Hunter


Indivisible by Jess Wathen

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18x24  SN   95   $895 Framed  or   $695 Unframed •SUSPENDED•
18x24  AP   15  $1395 Framed  or  $1195 Unframed •SUSPENDED•
18x24  CE   25  $1395 Framed  or  $1195 Unframed •SUSPENDED•

PRINTABLE PDF - Indivisible

From the Artist:

Long before this great nation was founded, kingdoms and individuals alike have looked to the eagle as a source of inspiration. It symbolizes strength in adversity, the ability to rise above life’s trials, and the focus to see past our current circumstances. It reminds us, no matter what we face together or individually, we must remain whole, focused, and forever indivisible.

~Jess Wathen