Heritage Trail is a Water Color of a street scene in Wabash Indiana that I painted recently from several reference photos taken there earlier in the winter. It was a very clear cold day, about 10 degrees F so Plein Air Water Color was not an option. Perry an artist friend and I had went down to see a small show in a new Gallery there in a wonderfully restored Downtown Hotel. I liked this scene and the play of light on the buildings and hills in the background. I love these towns that have maintained the older storefronts and architectural details that give them such identity. Wabash was the first city in the country to install electric lighting and they have maintained this heritage throughout with details such as the wonderful lamp posts in this scene.
The painting is on a half sheet of Arches 300 lb Rough Paper and measures about 15 by 20 inches. This piece is sold but prints are still available from Fine Art America just click on the button on the blog. Thanks for looking!