Monday, October 6, 2008

"Courtland Cotton Fields"

While much of north Alabama farmland is being transformed in to huge shopping  and entertainment centers, cotton, soybeans, peaches, etc. still can be found growing locally. Watching the fields turn white against the brightly colored patterns of fall color is a pleasing pastime.

Oil on panel   8" x 10"
Framed     SOLD

Comments are appreciated.


n. rhodes harper said...

Lovely! Looks just like sweet home Alabama!

Gary said...

I agree with the above comment. This abstract landscape art looks so good. Where do you get the inspiration for your work. I do a little bit of painting out here in Utah too. I like doing abstract things with the mountains that are all around my home. I think it takes real talent to make things abstract though! You are an amazing artist.