12" x 16"
This 12x16 inch oil painting was done plein air at a farm off Carlisle Pike Rd., in Mechanicsburg, PA. The small window-like opening to the far left of the basement wall was to a room where the owner & his family would go during Indian raids. A musket could be safely aimed from this small opening, thus giving the owner protection during an attack. Alot of history rooted in this barn. This painting is done on shellacked plywood with some of the staining allowed to remain unpainted, thus giving alot of unity to the painting. If interested in purchasing, contact Pat at email@example.com
PENNSYLVANIA DAILY PAINTER PAT KOSCIENSKI