22" by 28" Matted Watercolor Painting
This is the last farm on Kings Highway, Lewes. As we develop more and more land in lower Delaware, we are seeing a way of life fade into history. This farm is fading fast.
I made this for the front of my new Sportage Kia. We got this sports van so I can tranfer my art work to the different art shows that I enter. The season begins in Rehoboth at the Cape Henlopen Senoir Exibit, Sat May 16th from 9 to 5PM.
This old barn is in Millsboro, down the street from the library. This curve gets whipped out regularly by drivers, as evident by the cement fence post on other side of this s-cruve that gets mashed. The owner fixes them about 3 or 4 timed a year. Don't let the crashes keep you down. Hats off to the owner for persistence.
This is the first time I saw this bird in the back yard. It was a rush at dinner time to grab the camera before it flue off. The first 3 were blurred to death before I got a good shot. I was glad he posed so nicely. Does anyone know how to get rid of crows? they're eating my woodpecker food in one day.
This painting is of the last barn at the end of Longneck Road. As the beach area becomes more populated, and more housing developments go in we are losing our farms and the way it use to look. I like to preserve this way of life and how the landscape looks before it fads into a distant past.
Here is the Family that braved the cold weather at Jungle Jim's. We opened for Putt Putt for a Cure , a fund raiser for American Cancer Society. Our sister, Cheri, is now a 9 year survior. We are blessed.