Art on the Farm: Part 2 of My Visit to Gordon Skagit Farms

October 19, 2012

Pumpkin paintings displayed on the side of an old barn — Gordon Skagit Farms

The highlight of my day trip to Gordon Skagit Farms was the art.  Eddie Gordon, one of the Gordon farmers, is also a talented artist, and he displays his large paintings en plein air.  (He is also offering three prints for sale this year.)  I thought the presentation of art on the farm was delightful.  I’ll show you some photos, but I highly recommend that you make a visit this month to see the paintings in person.

Close-up photo of pumpkin on the barn

Old truck with another of Eddie Gordon’s paintings, a rural landscape

A painting outdoors amidst the pumpkins and gourds

Painting of a rural road is hung over an old concrete watering trough

Another painting set back from the produce tables

Enjoy a painting while you grab a wheelbarrow for your pumpkin purchases.

Detail of another pumpkin painting by Eddie Gordon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7 Responses to “Art on the Farm: Part 2 of My Visit to Gordon Skagit Farms”

  1. Chris Says:

    gorgeous photos of a gorgeous farm in the prime of harvest season!! love the “en plein air” art! your last photo of the pumpkin portrait is amazing…it really needs to be on the front of a fall, greeting card or framed in your collection!!

  2. shoreacres Says:

    What a wonderful entry – the art, the pumpkins, the everything!
    It’s time for some housecleaning and a trip to find some fall for my place – despite this danged ongoing summer!

  3. bluebrightly Says:

    What a way to display paintings – somehow this is very “Skagit”, no? Everything relating back to the farm landscape.

    • Rosemary Says:

      I do associate the Skagit Valley with artists, and especially love it when the art reflects a rural theme. Thanks for your comments!


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  5. […] to Mount Vernon’s Gordon Skagit Farm.  (You can see my posts from previous visits here and here and here  and here.)  It has become my favorite way to celebrate autumn.  Each year Eddie Gordon […]


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