16" x 20"
A bright sunny winter's day. What better time for the old cows to take a walk-about. Into a field of "late corn" they wandered and fed until they were content and happy. On such a nice winter's day who can blame them for their sassy behavior?
Paper Edition of 1000
14" x 20"
Looked forward to by some, dreaded by many, the first day of the school year is, if nothing else, a well remembered milestone in our march along the road of life.
12" x 18"
When I was a kid, the best part of my day was coming home from school. Even now, I start to feel better about three in the afternoon.
12" x 14"
The old Blacksmith shop was the hub of a community. Folks from far and near would gather around the smoky forge, sharing the latest news, gossip and game of checkers. How the poor blacksmith ever got anything done with all that company, is unknown. However, it is well to remember the blacksmith was an artisan and a showman and like all artists, he craved an appreciative audience.