- Starr’s Mill (Small) captures the love of artist, P. Buckley Moss, for painting rural scenes and the architectural flavor of the land.
- Mills Across the Country Collection
- Colors: Highlights of bold greens mixed with blues and contrasted by the red colors in the mill. Aqua and whites in the sky
- A Giclee limited edition print on paper which provides vibrant colors and texture.
- Giclee is a fine art process using the highest quality printing from original artwork.
- This signed and numbered, limited edition print is from an edition which has been recorded by the artist.
- Each print includes a certificate of authenticity.
- Certificates are embossed with our exclusive Canada Goose Gallery seal.
- Image size (Medium): 14-1/4 x 16-1/2 inches.
- Image size (Small): 10 x 11-1/2 inches
- This artwork can easily be matted and framed to fit any space.
- Edition Size: 250 and 25 artist proofs.
- American woman artist, Patricia Buckley Moss.
Starrs Mill is an unincorporated community in Fayette County, Georgia, United States. It is centered at Georgia State Route 85 and Georgia State Route 74. It formed around a grist mill of the same name. A historic marker in the community reads:
“The property that became Starr’s Mill was owned by Hananiah Gilcoat who built the first mill here before his death in 1825. This site, on Whitewater Creek, was less than a mile from the boundary between Creek Indian lands and the State of Georgia. Hilliard Starr, who owned the mill from 1866 until 1879, gave the site its current name. After the first two log structures burned, William T. Glower built the current building in 1907. This mill operated until 1959, using a water-powered turbine, instead of a wheel, to grind corn and operate a sawmill. The Starr’s Mill site also included a cotton gin and a dynamo that produced electricity for nearby Senoia.”