|This is an Artist's Proof of "Donegal Springs". The artist's name|
I cannot decipher. It is a beautiful etching and perhaps my
favorite of all the work on display. Others can be seen below.
|This is the very large painting of the church with "The|
Witness Tree" in front of it. You can judge the size of
it by viewing the 4x8 foot tables in front of it on the floor.
|This is the beautiful area where the spring (small circular area|
in the mid-left side of photo) and waterway are located.
|The red brick building on the right side of the photo is|
known as the Kerr Study House which was built in 1810.
|Nearby entrance into the Cemetery|
|One of the gravesides marked with a War 1776 plaque.|
|I believe this to be a pen and ink drawing of the church and tree. Artist's names on the three paintings I have pictured here I could not identify.|
|This is said to be one of the very few wintertime paintings of the spring and church that exist. It is a watercolor.|
|Another beautiful painting of the church and "The Witness Tree".|
|A panorama of the cemetery.|
|Damage from a recent twister in the Mt. Joy area is witnessed here.|
|This is one-half of the entrance into the grounds of the Donegal Presbyterian Church.|
|Many of the photos for this story were taken by my grandson Caden. This one is a "selfie" that he took in the car as we headed home.|