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First off, I'm biased as I'm a cousin of Eustace H. Sloop and Mary Martin Sloop so I'm very proud of the work they did and their legacy. The Chapel is beautiful and is graced by the fresco by Ben Long of Jesus with the...More
Fits in to the landscape with beautiful, craftsman details in the stone work. Don't miss the fresco inside: "Suffer the Little Children" that used local people as models. The grey-haired grandma at lower left is a favorite. Part of the North Carolina "fresco trail." Ben...More
This chapel is located on the campus of the Crossnore school in Crossnore. It was built in 1956 out of Riverstone and named in honor of Eustis H Sloop husband of the school founder Mary Martin Sloop. My family has had a vacation home in...More
We stopped here to see Ben Long's fresco as we were travelling to Linville Falls and glad we did. This is the fourth fresco of his we have seen and as with the others it was beautiful and inspiring. The Chapel there is at a...More
When you visit the town of Crossnore (near the Blue Ridge Parkway), don't miss the Chapel. The fresco is lovely--it seems alive! Children from the school and adults from the town of Crossnore were used as models for the characters in the frescos. "Suffer the...More
We went to Crossnore particularly to view Ben Long's fresco. My daughter is an art major, so we are always interested in seeing art where we can. This did not disappoint. It is a good-size fresco and very well done. My daughter was already familiar...More
A beautiful work in a nice setting. The Crossnore School is incredible and it is easy to spend a morning or afternoon at the school. The chapel, the art gallery and the very excellent cafe all provide for a pleasurable experience.