Ponemah Mills, 8" x 8"

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One of the most historic vintage mills in New England, the Ponemah Mills in Taftville, CT was at its time in the 1860s, the largest textile mill in the world.  It held thousands of looms, employed thousands of workers, many of them European immigrants and was an iconic industrial site in the site.  It operated for nearly 100 years then lay dormant for quite some time until it was selected for a massive adaptive reuse project to turn the former factory into hundreds of affordable housing units.  This image is from the side of the mill and only shows a tiny sliver of a truly massive mill.

This mixed media painting is layered with my photography of the building, vintage documents, acrylic paints and oil pastels to create a unique, vintage inspired piece of industrial art.  This is the one-of-a kind original, not a reproduction.

Specifications:
• measures 8" x 8" x 1.5"
• original painting on cradled wood with open back
• sides painted black, backside signed with artist info
• sealed with UV protective matte varnish
• wired and ready to hang, no framing needed

Room views may not be to scale and colors may vary from monitor to monitor.

Bring a truly unique piece of historical yet contemporary art into your space.

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Vintage Inspired. Architecturally Inspired. Nature Inspired. Art that speaks to wide open spaces, quiet places and simpler times.