A century ago, our landscape was dominated by farmland, with its rolling hills, patchwork grids of planted rows, silos, barns and covered bridges. As cities began their sprawl, much of this farmland became extinct. Today, the few barns and covered bridges that remain are prized, and repurposed barn wood is coveted by architects and designers. Often, our memories of the rural landscape are preserved by artists who convey these scenes.
I'm proud to have had my piece "Garden State" chosen for this exhibit.
Opening Reception November 18th 5:30 to 7:30pm