McMullen-Coachman Log House poster by Terri Mills. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
This is a watercolor painting I did from a photo I took at the McMullen Coachman Log House at Heritage Village in Largo, Florida.... more
This is a watercolor painting I did from a photo I took at the McMullen Coachman Log House at Heritage Village in Largo, Florida. Copyright�Terri Mills
A little about the "log house":
The oldest structure in Pinellas County. A typical Florida "Cracker" log home of the pioneer period, it was built about the year 1852 by Captain James Parramore McMullen near Clearwater. He and his wife Elizabeth raised 11 children here, and records show that over 55 children were born in the cabin during the years it was occupied. In 1977, it was donated to Heritage Village and has since been restored and furnished to its original condition.
About Terri Mills
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Hello and welcome ..
A little about me .. my name is Terri Mills. I was born and raised in Warren, Ohio .. in '99 hubby and I relocated to the sunny gulf side of Florida!
I have had a love of drawing for as long as I can remember, my favorite subject is dogs, I like to take photos of dogs, then draw their portraits. My favorite medium to work with is graphite pencil, but I have also worked with colored pencil, charcoal pencil, pastel pencil, and I dabble with watercolor and charcoal. I am also an amateur photographer. Besides dogs - I also love to photograph Florida birds, wildlife, insects and flowers.
I am largely self taught but have had the...