Gresham Mill at Sixes Road Painting To Be Displayed in D.C.

A painting of Gresham Mill at Sixes Road is among three paintings of Cherokee County landmarks that will be on display in U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey's public office.

A Cherokee County landmark near Holly Springs will be among three paintings depicting notable county landmarks will travel to the nation's capital to be on display later this month.

The congressional staff of Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-Marietta) chose the work of Woodstock artist Ann Litrel to represent the county in the congressman's public office. 

The art includes paintings that depict the Gresham Mill at Sixes Road, the Woodstock Train Depot and Canton Theatre.

Each painting will be hung with a museum-style tag detailing the history of each landmark. 

“It’s nice to know that visitors or colleagues will see a little piece of Cherokee County history when they visit Congressman Gingrey in Washington,” she added. 

Gingrey represents portions of Cobb and and all of Cherokee County in the U.S. House of Representatives. 


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