A classic 1940s era Studebaker truck, slowly being "overtaken" by nature, is our creative interpretation of a vehicle actually ridden in by Lisa Faire's father when he was a teenager in the 1950s. As she was photographing the scene, he shared stories about the truck's original owner whose wife was a teacher in the local one-room schoolhouse (she also ran a little store and served baked goods to those who worked on the railroad or in the packing house). It's interesting to note that even after many decades, the truck is still bearing cargo, albeit a tangle of vines and foliage.
*Please note: the views showing the back of the wood and/or metal prints are included to serve as a guide to indicate the types of materials used. Your prints will arrive in the actual size/dimension you have ordered.