Regina Hayward appears as another of our local Mennonite painters who loved to work the backwoods of Huron County. Her autumn series ends on a quiet road with trees on either side beginning their descent towards the Fall. In trying to capture the ending of a warm summer's day she seems to resist abstraction from the wildness of summer's growth from the rocks on the hillside and road alongside. The old Birch on the right leading into her private wilderness visited with activities of birds and squirrels stands on guard, an old landmark. There are Haywards in this region but are scattered all along the County. No one remembers having a painter in the family.
It's a wooden frame but the inside of the frame is lined with a rusted tin adding to the 'vintage' of the piece.
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Frame: 24 1/2" x 28 3/4" Image: 19 1/2" x 23 1/2"