Dr. Carter’s Office is one of the Arkansas historical buildings from the late 1800’s that can be found on the grounds of the Shiloh Museum of Ozark history. Previously it was located in Elkins but was relocated to the Springdale museum.
The colors featured in this watercolor painting are all Ozark pigments. I gathered and collected the sources from our property here at Wild Ozark. All are derived from sandstone or shale, bituminous coal, and the blue is from the petals of Asiatic dayflower.
Prints are produced in house using archival textured watercolor paper and a commercial giclée printer. Color reproduction is as close to the original as possible, personally verified by the artist.
You can see the process of making this painting HERE.