In 1904 the Jekyll Island Club was referred to as “the richest, the most exclusive, the most inaccessible club in the world,” according to Munsey’s Magazine.  The Club still lives up to it’s grand title, this sketch a mere detail of the sprawling building and lush grounds.  Click Here to read some of the fascinating history behind the Jekyll Island Club.

Jekyll Island Club Pen and Ink Drawing by Heather L. Young

Original – SOLD

Prints available soon!

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found!

March 18, 2009

Mary Musgrove that is … It’s about time she got a little recognition…an important figure in history don’t ya know? Anyhoo…I was tickled pink to see her featured on the FoundHanmade Blog along with some other Native American inspired goods.

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Pretty swell right?  I might add, it’s quite fun to shop around the FoundHandmade site, and they have some stellar deals for sellers looking to promote…oh but this is the best part.

and so is she…

August 10, 2008

dry…and overlooked by history…

She Held the Key to the Land, a Portrait of Mary Musgrove, ©2008 Heather L. Young

Learn more about her here…click!

she’s finally dry…

August 9, 2008

Caty Greene that is…

Portrait of Caty Greene, ©2008 Heather L. Young

She’s worth reading about..(click!)…especially for all you Savannah folk.

Took me a little longer to pull this one together…it’s hard to put a face to someone who was so overlooked by history…I hope I did her justice.