This painting is based on a photograph I took of a CSX railway trestle in a very rural area of Clark County, Kentucky, USA. Painted in a naive style that is reminiscent of Grandma Moses, this work shows the trestle in the mountains of Appalachia in late spring with fog rising from the forested slopes after a rain.
You may see a similar scene painted by fellow Artfinder artist William F. Adams, as we challenged one another to paint a scene based on my photograph.
This painting is on a 1.5 inch gallery wrapped canvas that is painted white on the sides and ready to hang. The work is finished in a satin varnish to protect it from UV rays and dust.
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Acrylic paint and gallery wrapped canvas