Reproduction from an original painting printed on 11″ X 14″ textured Aqueous Fine Art Paper.
The dimensions of the image itself are  9″ X 12″ with 1″ of whitespace border on all sides.

The printed sheet fits in a standard 11” X 14″ frame with or without a mat.

(Does not include frame or mat)



As a kid, I remember these abandoned silos as the lone landmark along a straight, wind-swept stretch of highway leading from my hometown to the big city of Helena. In those days there was nothing out there but the occasional antelope who never seemed to get closer than a mile or two. In the half century since then, numerous housing developments have sprung up. For my painting, I used a reference photo of the silos that my dad took in the late 70’s. The Pronghorn antelope were based on a photo I took 20 years later on Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne, Wyoming.