Little House on the Prairie

"On the prairie, what you are left with is the bare truth, the land pared down to the bone, the basic dirt and grass and sky that shape the lives that play out upon it."
- Tom Groneberg, The Secret Life of Cowboys (2003)

This quote fairly well encapsulates my feeling — and often my description — of my landscapes. I frequently tell people that the sky and land are the main characters of my work -- anything in between is a sub-plot.

That said, I do like the way the bright sun blasts the front of this little farmhouse.

Looking forward to Parisian Promenade on June 1, at Bicentennial Park in Greensboro.

This painting is sold.


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