Sunday, September 30, 2007


Near Harvest
Oil on board, 5"x7" $125.00 + $6.00 shipping in US.
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While in western Illinois recently I stole time away from my mural project to roam the countryside--endless acres of waving corn dotted every mile or so by trim, whitewashed farms. "Knee-high by July" used to be the saying for growing corn, but the farmers really have it down to a science these days, and it's usually twice that tall by then. By harvest-time many of these fields stand 10 or more feet tall.

4 comments:

Joan DaGradi said...

Don,
I love your work.
BAM! You hit it right out of the park!
Love how you handled the foreground.

Don Gray said...

Wow, Joan, thanks for the very kind words.

Candy Barr said...

Fantastic barn and handling of light and trees. WTG DON!

Don Gray said...

Thanks for the encouraging words, Candy!