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Jerry Cable paints historic mill for Christmas


Bucks County artist Jerry Cable, has released his 2022 artist edition Christmas card. This year’s painting, “The Skating Party,” depicts the Levi Sheard Mill, also known as Sheard’s Mill or the John S. Clymer Mill.

The historic mill is located on the Tohickon Creek in East Rockhill Township. Originally built in 1825 to produce linseed oil, the mill also functioned as a grist mill, sawmill, feed mill, and finally a cider press that operated until 1972.

The inside verse reads, “As we gather once again with friends and family from far and near to share the simple gifts of Christmas, may peace and joy fill our world this Christmas and throughout the coming year.”

“When deciding on this year’s image, I wanted the card to convey a sense of togetherness,” said Cable. “As we find our way back to normalcy and reunite with family and friends enjoying holiday traditions with one another, I wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season.”

Cable, a Bucks County painter, was born in northeastern Ohio, where he discovered his passion for art at an early age.

Under the tutelage of a private instructor, Cable set out to define himself as an artist. He has since gone on to win numerous awards and has exhibited in more than 50 juried exhibitions including, The Philadelphia Sketch Club and The National Art Club of New York City, along with more than 35 solo exhibitions in Philadelphia, New Jersey, Maine, Connecticut and Ohio. Recently Cable was accepted into the American Society of Marine Artists.

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Winter Holiday 2022