This old barn still had its original appearance. Many of them have been covered with tin or green tar paper. Every barn is different and the architecture developed with the specific purpose of heat curing tobacco. They are fast disappearing from the Southern landscape.
This giclée image from an original watercolor is printed on Arches Hotpress watercolor paper with archival inks. It is presented in a clear bag with a flawboard backing.
Log Barn southern tobacco barn listed in:
Mary Ellen Golden Artist's Gicleés & Reproductions