So here we are finally. Waiting for the first big dump of the year. There's always a bit of electricity in the air. The sky starts to darken in earnest. We scream, why didn't I have my snow tires put on, or I shoulda, woulda, coulda bought some in the first place. We frantically search basements and sheds for buried snow shovels. We gather survival supplies like chocolate "just in case." Candles!
I decided to thrash this out before the great white sheet is cemented at our feet where it will stay until Memorial Day. A glimpse at the last bare landscape of the season - a soon to be memory of the life that was once a sea of green.
The Big White Cometh • 8" x 8" acrylic framed to "12 x 12" • $275