Mills

Ohio’s geology provided the opportunity for settlers to construct water-powered mills.  The Great Miami River and its many tributaries offered pioneers a means to produce staples for 19th Century life.  Other artifacts tied to yesterday’s mills entail the water wheel, millstones, and watercourses which were key elements of gristmills, watermills, and sawmills.  Today, these local landmarks represent community pride and serve as perfect subjects for hospitality art and healthcare art.

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A nightscape of a water-power grist mill surrounding gorge decorated in 4 million, red and white Christmas lights

Clifton Mill Christmas Lights No. 2

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A red water-powered mill sits on top of a gorge was divert water spills over the raceway under summer skies

Clifton Mill in June

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A nightscape of a water-power grist mill surrounding gorge decorated in 4 million, red and white Christmas lights

Clifton Mill Christmas Lights No. 1

$75.00$440.00
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As the Little Miami River powers this grist mill, the red exterior, green plants and blue skies form complementary colors in a classic Ohio scene

Sunny Day Over Clifton Mill No. 3

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A grindstone lying alongside a historic mill near Yellow Springs, Ohio

Grinnell Mill Grindstone

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As the Little Miami River powers this grist mill, the red exterior, green plants and blue skies form complementary colors in a classic Ohio scene

Sunny Day Over Clifton Mill No. 2

$75.00$440.00
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