Cumberland Island is Georgia's largest and southernmost barrier island. A short boat ride will get you to a magical place where horses roam wild and free, bathing in the ocean and lunching on fields of grass. You won't see cars on this island! Instead you'll find campers, hikers, and explorers looking for adventure.
After hiking and photographing in each location, I created the "Georgia Nature and Trails" series. Growing up in Georgia, I had visited many of these spots before, but revisiting them and really taking the time to study and paint them gave them new meaning to me and a new appreciation that I was raised to appreciate my natural surroundings. This series of paintings depicts some of my favorite Georgia hiking spots including Sweetwater Creek, Arabia Mountain, and the Chattahoochee National Forest.