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Recently, going through old photos I took, I came across this picture of Philip’s Place, located in Stevenson, Alabama. The cabin was originally built in 1820, relocated and restored in 1979. It was given the name, Philip’s Place, in honor of the new owner’s son who met an untimely passing at age 15. Also, today, this location yields as home-front for the Crow Creek Hunting Preserve.
I created an 11″×14″ pastel painting of this location years ago. Philip’s Place The cabin and painting share the same name.
In addition, this cabin is less than a quarter-mile from a small church, Smyrna Baptist Church… a location I painted, as well, and entitled that piece, Country Church. I came across old pics of the church, too. Some of which I’ll posted some point.
… photo taken in Stevenson, Alabama, back in the early 80’s.