Small flags adorn the end of a neighbor’s driveway and ivy-covered mailbox in the long shadows of late afternoon after 9/11. The lush, serene suburban setting is in stark contrast to the terrible events of that day.
Dry grass, goldenrod and a touch of color in the sumac and the trees signals the transition from late summer into fall in the northeast Georgia mountains. I love the weedy foreground against the weathered fence and iron pasture gate.
– o/c 11″ x 14″
– Gicleé print of original watercolor