Watercolor… a triptych mural… three pieces enlarged, totaling 14 feet x 68-1/2 feet wide, part of the Milton S. Hershey Foundation museum. Applied to an undulating wall, serving as a back drop behind displays of various early equipment and story sections pertaining to the history and development of chocolate. This landscape is meant to depict Derby Township, Pennsylvania, circa 1903… where Milton Hershey purchased land near his birthplace and began major production, of what is now the most well know brand of chocolate in the world. (M. S. Hershey Foundation)
Size of Painting: 8" x 22" / 8" x 11" / 8" x 16"