Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Driving through Wheatland
Oil on canvas on panel, 6" x 6" -- Click here to bid
This is a typical landscape around Pullman, WA. I drove for three hours from Ellensburg to Pullman to come visit my husband last Friday. He studies and teaches Economics at WSU. Having my ground transportation makes this possible. Now I have someone looking after our pet chickens and sparrow at home, and I feel more at ease taking a road trip like this once a month. I thought painting snow on the hills would be more appropriate first, but I changed snow to golden wheat field. The color expresses my feeling better.