Painted for a descendant of Neihls Peterson Holm who built this stone mill in the 1850s, this building near the Black Bridge in Cambridge has weathered many years, numerous owners and multiple uses.
This painting sprang from a commission that I did in St. George, Ontario. I was thrilled to see on just one farm, eighty acres of orchard. This farmer has a complicated system of bird boxes that aids in the control of pests. This is certainly better than using a lot of pesticides.
The suite of 11 paintings:
Acres of Orchard (Image #0699)