Popcorn Sutton By Jan K Dappen – Gallery Wrapped Giclee – Estimated Value – $225 – 16×32 Gallery wrapped
giclee signed canvas
print Popcorn Sutton, was an American Appalachian moonshiner originally from Maggie Valley, North Carolina. He wrote a self-published autobiographical guide to moonshine production, and self-produced a home video depicting his moonshining activities, and he was later the subject of a documentary that won a Regional Emmy Award. He committed suicide in 2009 rather than report to Federal prison after being convicted of offenses related to moonshine production.
Jan Dappen – Artist Bio:
Originally from Columbus, GA, and presently living in Ellijay, GA with her husband, Jan Dappen is a realistic Award-winning artist with a touch of personality and life experiences blended in her oils, acrylics, watercolors and Graphite/Colored pencils. Jan creates from the heart…whatever inspires her. Self-taught with a love for history, cultures, landscapes and people, her compositions reflect the emotions and beauty of her natural surroundings and often feature the imperfections! Blessed with a God given talent, she is grateful and loves to share her passion. Jan has shown in Europe and here in Georgia. You can see her work at The Capitol Building in Atlanta, Cartersville, Columbus, several Ellijay Vineyards, Gilmer Arts, and other establishments in Downtown Ellijay. She is a Board member of Gilmer Arts and one of the founding members of Gilmer Fine Artists. She also shows at the NGAF Art Gallery for persons with autism and disabilities in Blue Ridge. Her extended talents are represented in the signage and on wine labels in the local vineyards. Teaching Acrylic painting classes and painting en Plein Air are two of her favorite pastimes besides painting in her loft in the North GA Mountains…when not enjoying her kids and 6 grandchildren. She invites you to view her online gallery at www.JanDappen.com