In 2017-2018 Holly and I made three trips to World’s End State Park in Sullivan County, Pennsylvania. This little waterfall was the first place that inspired me to just sit and sketch, but it took two more trips there to figure out the exact angle and elevation that I wanted to use in my painting. My grandfather, Orr Lawrenson, grew up just a few miles from this site and I kept wondering if he had ever been to this spot. I spoke of this to a relative who had spent her whole life in this area and knew my grandfather well. She felt certain that he had been here; hence the title. I loved the rock formations that forced the water to meander and eventually spread out over flatter rocks with colors that showed through the water, and the strong dark crevices that contrasted against the white water areas.