This is from a photograph my sister Billie Wize sent to me. It is from the old Ellingson sawmill in Halfway Oregon. The burners were used to burn slash wood at the sawmills. In the background Cornucopia Mountains, part of the southern Wallowa range. This is an 18 × 24 acrylic on stretched canvas.

Tags

landscape, oregon, wigwam

Comments

  • Barbara Applegate
    Barbara Applegateover 4 years ago

    What a wonderful Burner, a lovely painting.

  • Thank you Barbara!

    – Victoria Mistretta

  • aussiedi
    aussiediover 4 years ago

    Congratulations – This ART is Featured in the All Oregon USA Group
    Aussiedi Chappy Bob
    Beautiful work

  • Thank you for featuring my art!

    – Victoria Mistretta

  • USGolfers
    USGolfersover 4 years ago

    Very pretty, Victoria :)

  • Thank you so much!

    – Victoria Mistretta

  • Barbara Applegate
    Barbara Applegateover 4 years ago

    Beautiful Work. A New Group for Western Americana Painting or Rural Life Painting called Paint the West
    Come join us this would an excellent image for this new group. You would need to add the Size & Medium of your painting in the description

  • Anne Guimond
    Anne Guimondover 4 years ago

    Wonderful!!!

    Thanks for sharing with us

  • Thank so much! Vicki

    – Victoria Mistretta

  • Barbara Applegate
    Barbara Applegateover 4 years ago

    Congrats 6/11/10

  • Thank you for featuring my art!

    – Victoria Mistretta

  • Kay Kempton Raade
    Kay Kempton Raadeover 4 years ago

    I remember these from when we lived in Oregon. Well done, great image.

  • Thank you so much, glad you enjoyed my art.

    – Victoria Mistretta

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