Monday, August 10, 2009

Seen Better Days

The days of the old family farm are rapidly disappearing
in Canada.

This picture was painted from sketches and photographs of the Quakenbush farm, east of Havelock, Ontario.

Any resemblance to the orginal farm is strictly coincidental.

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  1. Your oaintings are fun to look at and your commentary is gently thought provoking. Its a good blog to visit....

  2. That should be "paintings" obviously....although I once saw a good oainting on a farm...


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