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"The Sowers" - A Ken Schulz painting

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"The Sowers"

20 1/4" x 26 3/4" Watercolor

Artist Ken Schulz
Turn of the century Appalachian life is brought back to life in "The Sowers," a painting by Smoky Mountain artist Ken Schulz. "The Sowers" is a picturesque look into Smoky Mountain years gone by - brought to life in this watercolor dry-brush painting of two women planting seed while tilling ground in a mountain clearing. As they work side by side, each with a long handled hoe, they prepare the earth before them, dropping seeds carried in a pouch at their side. The sun's warmth can be felt, as evident by the deep shadows cast and their poke bonnets. The pioneer spirit of wresting a living from the earth and homesteading by primitive means is brought to life by such wonderous brushstrokes.

 The Ken Schulz Gallery was located amongst the Smoky Mountains, set to a background of trees, mountain laurel, flowering rhododendron, and dogwood. However, Ken has since departed this life and so we keep this art in his memory.

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