The Old Mill was converted to a night club in the 1920's through the 40's. My painting illustrates the building as an isolated lively destination at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon. 1929 newpaper advertisements portrayed the Old Mill Club as a place to dance, dine, and ride horses.
My giclee materials meet current archival standard. This canvas print includes a hand rolled application of a liquid varnish that protects the print from ultraviolet light, scratching, yellowing and provides a waterproof layer of protection. The illustration is stretched around a wood frame of about 1.25". Expect about a 5 to 6 week delivery date.