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Jenny Wiley Wood Print featuring the painting Jenny Falls by Phil Burton


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8.00" x 6.50"


8.00" x 6.50"


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Jenny Falls Wood Print

Phil Burton

by Phil Burton


Product Details

Jenny Falls wood print by Phil Burton.   Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).

Design Details

I titled this painting Jenny Falls this is not the name of the actual falls, it is one of many located on Little Mud Lick Creek, what is presently... more

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Artist's Description

I titled this painting "Jenny Falls" this is not the name of the actual falls, it is one of many located on Little Mud Lick Creek, what is presently Johnson County, Kentucky. Jenny Wiley is my Ancestral Grandmother she was a pioneer women in the later 1700's around 1789-90 she was captured by a band of native Americans, her brother and children at the time were all killed, she survived captivity and escaped. According to my Grandmother's story passed down through generations she escaped while being held in a cavern of a waterfall by letting the water run on the rawhide bindings which loosened them (other story's have her bound to a tree and the rains came and she was able to loosen her bindings) either way she was able to make way her escape down through the creeks and river which was swollen due to heavy rain. See for more info.

About Phil Burton

Phil Burton

Local Myrtle Beach Accomplished Artist Phil Burton, Bio of Phil Burton I have always had an interest in the expression of Art; oil is my medium of choice. Although I think in terms of freedom and artistic license; I adhere to a limited palette as a challenge to color mixture and purity of color, (I basically use the same color palette for all paintings). I subscribe to the color theory of Earth, Water, Air and Fire as inspiration in my paintings. I have no formal training I am developing I surmise, my own style and feel. Im currently studying and collaborating with local Artisans such as respected artist Linda Weatherspoon and Danny McLaughlin and others to further my art and style, My mentor was renowned Artist Jim Horton, I...



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