"Puckerbrush" original oil painting
Based on a location in Pondicherry Park (Bridgton). Early March is a time of year in Maine (and, really, much of New England) many call "false spring"; when the days are slowly but surely getting longer yet the cold remains persistent...also lovingly known as mud season.
Puckerbrush (n.): an area of land with plant overgrowth or thick woods (aka "the willywhacks" or "the boonies").
Oil paint on 14 x 18" back-stapled canvas. Finished with non-yellowing archival varnish.