From the atlantic ocean, the mouth of the Savanna river opens, winding through islands and rice paddies, as well as estate homes and resorts.
Rice has been a staple crop in the region since African slaves were first brought to the region, bringing the labor and knowledge to cultivate rice. Now rice based dishes are not only part of the regional African American identity, but part of the very culture of Savannah itself.
This original piece is made with archival acrylic paint on a raised birch wood panel. Includes title, date, and artist signature.
It measures 20" L x 16" H x 1.5" D, and arrives ready to hang, including drywall mounts.