“Cotton On To” – Acrylic on 16″ x 16″ panel
This is a scene I was used to growing up in south Texas. I’d see the rows and rows of tiny mountains…they’d follow me as I sat in the backseat of the blue station wagon we had. I’d imagine the chasing shadows were an animal racing alongside the car. A giraffe? Something with long legs, trying to keep up. If you don’t understand what I mean, it’s because you probably haven’t been around farm land too long. Cotton was the major crop, you’d see it strewn about the sides of the road after it had been picked.