16x20x1 in ~ Printmaking, Digital Print
The environmental oil painting is of yellow hills in California in March os 2014, a drought year. The hill in the foreground and the hills in the background have already been burned black. The lake is low, creating a beach. Two cows walk on the beach, trying to stay cool.
This year, 2021, looks the same in March, and a drought is predicted. Environmentalists predict full-blown wildfires by July, instead of in September, as would be usual.
The image extends to the edges of the painting, and the print is large enough to enable a museum wrap. Various sizes are available, up to 16 by 20 inches plus edges.
Photo in the San Francisco Chronicle, by Kate Wade.
Reproductions, Canvas prints, Metal Print