A Woodlot of Her Own


In the immortal words of Baron Rothschild, “every garden, no matter how small, should have a 100-acre woodlot.” I’m sure this is apocryphal malarkey, but there’s a lot of wisdom in it.

After Rochester’s brutal ice storm of March, 1991, I vowed I’d never be completely dependent on the grid. We’ve heated with wood ever since. I like the physical labor of it, although in my dotage splitting and stacking wood is getting more difficult. But a woodlot represents freedom from dependency and a regenerating natural resource.


A Woodlot of Her Own is oil on archival canvasboard, 9X12, and is in a classic gold plein air frame. Shipping included within the continental United States. For Hawaii, Alaska and international shipping, please contact me directly to calculate surcharge.


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