Out of the mist, dark silhouettes rise, apparitions of a harvest that has ended. And for just a moment, the cornfield becomes a haunted place beneath the gray, cloudy sky. Most early settlers in the Smokies grew corn as a major crop that could also be ground into cornmeal to make bread. The fall corn harvest had to the last the families and their livestock through the winter.
- Original by Terri Waters
- Original from the collection of Bill & Blanche McCarter
Print (Lithograph) • 12.5" x 18.5" • ($45.00)
- Limited Edition: 300
- Printed on paper
- Frame and mat are not included.