Well, it was King at one time, now we have lots of fields of cotton, and the land shares it with corn, soybeans, orchards and some winter crops. Since I love landscapes, I love the farmers. These plein air pieces are just 3 miles apart one afternoon. I can see new advances in the cotton itself and the way it's harvested and processed every year. It makes painting cotton at the "pretty stage" kind of a race before it gets defoliated.
both 11x14, framed in gold
The lower one is at Dragonfly Gallery in Fayetteville Tn. $495.