A Watercolor Painting by Ray Day
are SOLD OUT
July 30, 2002
was unveiled at
the Carnegie Center
for Art and History
before 150 community
friends and relatives.
signed and numbered each poster
prior to the public unveiling.
regular edition contains
500 signed and numbered posters.
special Artist Proof edition
contains 50 signed and numbered posters.
Harvest Homecoming Booth
each day, October 10-13 to sign posters and shirts for
Kathy Haller kept
a smile on her face the entire weekend...and graciously
at every Ray Day quip.
down to take a visual journey of the
FESTIVAL OF COLORS
poster from inception to finished product.
has created a painting
for the New Albany, Indiana 2002 Harvest Homecoming Festival
reflect the season, rustic colors of autumn, pumpkins, corn,
apples and mums pour forth from the painting.
American flag painted on a distant barn
reflects the increased sense of patriotism
that permeates our country since September
OF COLOR theme
not only gives focus to the obvious colors of the season,
but the sense of unity that results as the nation
proudly "flies it's colors" for the world to
transfers the initial concept drawing
to 300 lb. Arches watercolor paper.
A Floyd County barn, photographed in 1980
along Conservation Road, NE of Georgetown,
has become the setting for this idyllic scene.
However, by the time October arrives it won't
seem so very far from reality after all.
Below, the completed poster
Limited Edition: 500 Signed and Numbered - Issue price: $40.00
50 Artist Proofs - Issue Price: $60.00