This is an original oil painting, called Cornfields. The scene is near Immaculata College in Malvern, Pennsylvania, where I used to live. Cornfields are not a glamorous or exotic subject, but they are beautiful to me, for the shapes they form, and for the colors they have at different times during the growing season. In this painting, I focused on the tall grasses in the foreground, seeing many different colors in the grass. The painting is framed with plain corner wood moulding, in the form of a "shadow box," meaning that the painting fits within the frame, with a 1/4" space between the painting and the inside of the frame.