Moonrise over a limestone field
30 x 40 x 1.5
This painting is my nod to limestone fence posts that dot the prairie land, built by pioneers because there were no trees. The canvas is a 1930s Depression Era flour sack found in a rural antique store. I used hand-ground Kansas slate, sandstone and burnt wild sage to depict the rugged fields, leaving the sack logo as a full moon on a brightly lit night. Selected for Kansas Scenic Byways Invitational at the Birger Sandzen Gallery.
This piece is on display at Hays Arts Center, please inquire.
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