9" x 12"
When those late days of autumn roll around, those days when the snow is in the hills and the sun yet shines warmly in the valley, this is the time we take pause and reflect, perhaps with regret or perhaps with satisfaction on the season passing and summon our courage to look forward with hope and confidence at the season approaching.
Paper Edition of 1000
16" x 12"
Part of the annual harvest was the Husking bee. Friends and family would gather round and husk the corn, making it ready for winter storage. While the work was hard, a little music and frolicking made the day a festive occasion.
8" x 20"
When the winter winds blow fierce and the ice and snow build up on your boat, you know it's time to head in off the open sea and get out of the weather. The little harbor on such a day must have been a welcome sight to those old time mariners.
14" x 16"
Rosen up the bow and kick up your heels at The Firefly Dance. Dancing is OK but in my opinion, chasing fireflies is better. There is much less pressure to perform to high expectations. When I was a kid, we would catch lightning bugs in the late summer evenings, then lay in the grass and watch for stars.