Released 1987

The morning fog is clearing to reveal the last traces of summer around the Vann Tavern and the uniquely formed old cedar tree.  With the early light flickering in the window, one can imagine the rich historic past of this original Cherokee structure, dating back to the 1800's.  Originally located in Gainesville, Georgia, the old tavern of hand-hewn logs and wood shingles would have been covered by Lake Lanier if it had not been moved to New Echota in the early 1950's.  The downstairs area was the restaurant and kitchen while the back steps led to the guest quarters. 

"Daybreak at Chota" is the final chapter to a remarkable and wonderful career.  So appropriately, Ben ended his creating, including all the elements he held in reverence and cared so deeply about in this, his last painting.

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Daybreak at Chota Small Decorator 6 X 8 $4.00
Daybreak at Chota Signed Only $600.00
Daybreak at Chota Signed and Numbered $650.00
Daybreak at Chota Artist Proof $900.00

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