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Moonwatchers, William S. Phillips framed canvas

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The Moonwatchers - Phillips Bay Scene by William S. Phillips
Limited Edition Canvas

Image size: 32"w x 19"h. 
Outside frame deminsions: 40" x 27"
Edition Size: 162
Limited Availabily - 2 available as of June. 1, 2014 - Please call (919)552-7533 

 

The Moon Wtchers" framed canvas signed limited edition by William S. Phillips
"Let Your Heart Come Home" to Phillips Bay

"This is a celebration of commitment and enduring romance," says William S. Phillips. It is a love story, one that speaks of love in its various stages. You cannot help but wonder how many times our moonwatchers have held hands and shared dreams sorrows as they have watched each season pass and each new moon wax and wane.

"Our couple sits quietly with their dogs, gazing out across chapters of their lives. There is the warm and comfortable home that has heard the laughter of children; there is the church where they were married so many years ago. And there in the distance, is 'their' moon. I hope this print can be shared and appreciated by lovers-the moonwatchers-of any age."

About Phillips Bay - as far as we know, Phillips Bay only exist in the viewers and artist mind, as well as on canvas.


"Let Your Heart Come Home" to Phillips Bay. A town with a deep sense of history, Phillips Bay was established in 1645 by Captain John Bittle and other English immigrants who sought refuge and a life free of religious persecution that was sweeping England at the time. When Captain Bittle's ships arrived, the framework for a thriving local society was already in place laid down by indigenous people. Today, residents and the town's many visitors value Phillips Bay's emphasis on faith, hope, strong family values and a sense of community. 


Eva June, known as "Eva J," was one of Phillips Bay's most loved and influential citizens. Through their enterprising, creative and philanthropic contributions, she and her husband Robert gave Phillips Bay much of the character and many of the landmarks that attract folks to the town today.

Enjoy your visit to Dogwood County - yesterday, today and tomorrow

Let your heart come home to these and other seasonal views of Phillips Bay 
and surrounding Dogwood County. 



Built by Eva J, the dock was constructed with Cotswold stone salvaged from a British ship sunk during the American Revolution. The dock is used for the amphibians and pleasure craft that visit and service Phillips Bay.



In any season of the year, Seven Mile Walk is a favorite place for outdoor activities such as a brisk jog and a walk with the dog, and is a place where you are sure to meet many of the town's friendly residents.



One of the most anticipated events of the year, the music festival takes place all along Seven Mile Walk. Stroll along to different points on the walk to hear classical, jazz, country, folk, gospel, swing and other favorite genres.


The hills west of Phillips Bay reminded a group of early English settlers of the Cotswold Hills of England. "Cotswold stone" was imported from England to build the church at Church Hill, 
the highest point in Dogwood County.



The air is filled with frozen jewels reflecting the last golden rays of sunlight. Padded footfalls and bells jingle crisply as the sleigh brings the Apple creek Inn ever closer. You can already feel the warmth of the fire in the ancient stone fireplace, as you and the other guests sip hot cider and talk of the joys of the day and plans are discussed for tomorrows winter adventures.

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