A series of paintings by former Innisfil Reeve George William Burton, who was a self taught artist and continued to paint until age 90. The paintings depicting water are of Lover's Creek near Painswick, and the scenes featuring a red barn are of a view that George had from his home in Sandy Cove Acres. George Burton served as Reeve in Innisfil from 1969 until 2 December 1974. George was born on 1 October 1919 and worked as a builder, contractor, and operated a fishing hut business at Leonard's Beach. He also owned and operated a holiday resort known as Holiday Acres, and was responsible for subdividing the resort into smaller lots in the south half of lots 26 and 27 on the 9th Line of Innisfil. Located in this subdivision are Rose Lane, which is named for his wife, Kathryn Road is named for his daughter, and Holiday Way is named after the resort. Burton Drive was formerly named William Drive, for his son.