Off Highway 13 / Snow Hill

Working on location a few years ago just west of Snow Hill, I was painting sheep that were in a field opposite this view, but the road and greenhouse behind me made for an interesting composition so I gave in and painted this study next. This greenhouse is still there but the sheep are gone now, replaced by turkey barns, and I haven't wanted to return to this location. The sheep were always nice to see. I'm going to have to find another herd. Click here for a Google map to 35.455528,-77.714050

I'm always attracted to paths and roads. The path tugs for our movement and exploration. Old wooden barns get a lot of attention, but new structures, even plastic sheathed barns like these might get some notice --especially against interesting skies.

This oil painting is small 5"X 7", with my JHA monogram, not dated (circa 2007), matted with a single white mat at 12"X 14".

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