Anyone who’s experienced a cold, crisp, clear November evening in the midwest knows the sights and sounds of this one. The temps are dropping as the sun sets in the West, while a harvest moon rises in the East. Canada geese fly overhead, their honking growing louder and then eventually fading away as they fly South in formation. The whir of grain bins can be heard in the distance and the slow, soft light of a combine can be seen shelling corn a half mile to the North, the farmer prepared to work well into the night while the weather is good. It’s Harvest Time. And there’s no better place to be than in the whitetail woods.
18" x 24" Oil on board “Harvest Time” Original White-tailed Buck painting by Ryan Kirby. Framed dimensions are 24" x 30".