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Christmas Traditions at Watchman Hill Inn

by William S. Phillips

Against a golden sunset, a Sikorsky VS-44 approaches the harbor at Phillips Bay. As the brisk night air descends on this first night of December, Santa Claus arrives at the Watchman Hill Inn, heralded by two men in Revolutionary War dress and the traditional firing of the cannon. During the Revolutionary War, a citizens’ militia kept watch over the Outer Bay from the hill. If they spied British ships on the horizon, the cannon’s voice would alert the townsfolk to prepare a defense. These days, the sounding of the cannon is a cause for merriment. The holiday season in Phillips Bay is filled with the traditional joys of colored lights, caroling, feasting and church services, accompanied by a fresh blanket of snow.

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Reflections

by William S. Phillips

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The American Landscape
Every aviation art collector knows aviation art is not merely about aircraft, it is about a time, a place and the course of human events. Each painting evokes the concepts freedom, honor, duty and sacrifice aligned with the era an aircraft represents.This is what collectors speak of when they talk of the grandeur of William S. Phillips’ art, where a passion for the significance of aviation melds with a landscape artist’s soul. Phillips’ passion for aviation is second only to his infatuation with the American experience and the impact of the land, its people, its history, and its values on each other. This is what he calls the American Landscape, paintings about a time, a place and the course of American events. Both Reflections (above) and Christmas Traditions at Watchman Hill Inn (above) cover central themes of William Phillips’ vision of Americana. The cowboy, one American icon, ponders the vastness and beauty of another. Both are central concepts in the real and mythological visions of the American Landscape, whereas Christmas and its traditions reflect the personal rights, freedoms and community values upon which this country is built.



Also by William S. Phillips

Winter Visitors at Kringle Inn
by William S. Phillips
Canvas

Christmas Eve at Winchester Inn
by William S. Phillips
Canvas

A Christmas Eve Delivery
by William S. Phillips
Canvas

Christmas Eve at the Ahwanhee
by William S. Phillips
Canvas

 

 

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