Hilton Head Island visitor Tom Kelly found a quiet spot under the Charles E. Fraser Bridge at the Cross Island Landing to work on an oil painting of Broad Creek and the Haig Point dock Monday afternoon. Kelly, who is from Indiana, said he often creates his own painted souvenirs of places he visits. "I have four or five hundred paintings," he said.
Hilton Head Island visitor Tom Kelly found a quiet spot under the Charles E. Fraser Bridge at the Cross Island Landing to work on an oil painting of Broad Creek and the Haig Point dock Monday afternoon. Kelly, who is from Indiana, said he often creates his own painted souvenirs of places he visits. "I have four or five hundred paintings," he said.
Hilton Head Island visitor Tom Kelly found a quiet spot under the Charles E. Fraser Bridge at the Cross Island Landing to work on an oil painting of Broad Creek and the Haig Point dock Monday afternoon. Kelly, who is from Indiana, said he often creates his own painted souvenirs of places he visits. "I have four or five hundred paintings," he said.

Painting a souvenir

September 14, 2010 12:08 AM

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