It’s hard to believe that it’s been 11 years since I use to walk past the Arch on a daily basis, (but never underneath it!), lugging my books across the University of Georgia’s picturesque North Campus and praying that I make it to class on time. Over the years, as my college memories grow a bit fuzzier, but ever sweeter, seeing images of the Arch instantly take me back to a time when I was on the very edge of adulthood. I can clearly see that the four years I spent walking past the Arch was significant in shaping who I am today by allowing me to forge lifelong friendships, preparing me for my career, and ultimately teaching me to chase after my dreams. I truly hope that the Arch holds a significant place in the hearts of the UGA Class of 2013. They are some lucky Dawgs!
Title: The Arch
Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Original Price: SOLD – But I can create a similar painting if interested
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That’s gorgeous Katie. You have such a lovely touch with things like foliage and water especially.
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