Just a little bit more about the show and the County it depicts.

Where we live has never been without history, despite our rush to change things.

As a unit these paintings reflect York County in the year 1995. It is an interactive show. As you view the 42 paintings, the accompanying narrative tour will give you more than a passing knowledge of this 'upcountry' of South Carolina.

York County is 685 sq. miles. The total population is 132,000 (in 1995) people. The first settlers were of Scotch-Irish descent, moving south to escape the French-Indian wars in Virginia. York became the official name in 1785. 

Below is a list of each site by name. You may visit them individually by clicking on the name or take the tour in order by beginning with Watkins the first location on the list