One of the stops on the Scarlet Maple Tour (see post below) was in the tiny hamlet of Watson's Corners. There was another church, which we didn't bother to see because we were getting churched-out by that time. There was also an Alpaca farm nearby that we chose to forego. We did, however, visit a little art display inside an old blacksmith shop, although shop may not the right word for a blacksmith's establishment. I simply don't know.
The artist, William Caldwell, is deceased, but his widow decided that she would still put this display together for the tour. According to the tour brochure, the National Gallery rates Caldwell's works as excellent. It didn't particularly ring my chimes, but I suppose that the better ones have long since been sold. However, you can see some of them a little better on Cuppa's blog, (note: some of you have already read that post).
I quite enjoyed the ambience of the gloomy blacksmith shop. I'm sure that Caldwell must have painted by the big and bright window; well, he simply had to. As you can tell by the picture, Cuppa and Butterfly quite enjoyed it too.