Lookout Mountain Art Project

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A little research for my Delmar Greene Lookout Mountain Art Project.  Enjoy!

Lookout Mountain runs from the northeast corner of Alabama through the northwest corner of Georgia and extends across the southern border of Tennessee near Chattanooga.

The name “Lookout Mountain” is said to have come from the Cherokee term for “two mountains looking at each other.”

The mountain was the scene of the “Last Battle of the Cherokees” during the Nickajack Expedition, which took place in the 18th century. The last battle fought there was the Battle of Lookout Mountain, November 24, 1863, part of the Civil War’s Chattanooga Campaign.

Sweeping upwards from the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park and then rising to 2,392 feet above sea level at its summit, High Point, in Walker County, Georgia, it goes on to end at Noccalula Falls Park in Gadsden, Alabama.

Lookout Mountain is situated at the southern end of the Cumberland Plateau.

Lower Hemlock Falls

Lower Hemlock Falls – Cloudland Canyon State Park

Some of the points of interest are:

Thank you so much for dropping by to see the first of many planning sessions for my Delmar Greene Lookout Mountain Art Project. Stay tuned to watch me organize the launch of the art project.

I will be posting videos, photos, sketchbook drawings, studio drawings, plein air paintings, and studio paintings in the coming days.

I have a lot of research to do for my project that I will be sharing with you week by week.

Everyone is welcome to contact me about this project by email. I will get back to you in a timely manner. I appreciate your interest so much! Until I get a contact page setup, please leave a comment and I will be sure to get in touch with you.

At least ten percent of every drawing and painting will be going to help preserve Lookout Mountain’s beautiful scenery for future generations. I do not know which organization or organizations I will be working with, but I am looking for ideas. Who would you recommend?  I’m looking for the organization that does the most to bring the utmost enjoyment of Lookout Mountain to the general public.  The organization that works the hardest to preserve an amazing getaway for future generations.

Owners of rustic barns and homes are encouraged to contact me about setting an appointment to preserve them in a painting for future generations to enjoy.

I welcome any ideas or information that you can add to my project.


I look forward to meeting with all the Lookout Mountain scenic nature lovers that cherish its beautiful scenery, knowing that it cannot be taken for granted.

Have a splendid day full of creative joy!

Fine Artist Boyd Greene

Fine Artist Boyd Greene

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