My current painting in progress is one of the buildings on the grounds of the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History, located in Springdale, Arkansas. Dr. Carter’s Office was moved to the museum at a later date, but started life in the late 1880’s in Elkins, Arkansas (Washington county).
My artwork and photography that depict rustic scenes of the country. For the most part this will be in the United States of America, but I’ve traveled to other countries and may get to travel again one day, so there might be foreign lands thrown in. Old farm implements, old vehicles, old barns and sheds. Scenes from life in rural America. All paintings are watercolors that feature my Ozark pigment Paleo Paints unless otherwise mentioned.
It snowed over the weekend for the first time this season. This always leads to me taking a lot of photos of our natural Ozark beauty, most of them not shared because they’re just too repetitive. But I can’t help but take them, because I see so many beautiful sights. It’s not a habit limited …