The William’s Feed Building

William’s Feed — Dillon, Montana

We went on one of our trips to the American West back in October 2016, passing through sections of western and southwestern Montana that we hadn’t been through on prior trips to the region, before later joining my dad and sister for an extended tour through the arid desert region of southeastern California. While road tripping through Montana, we happened to stay overnight in Dillon — a charming small working town filled with some classic western architecture.

After getting situated at our motel, we had a delicious bite to eat at the nearby taco truck, then afterward went strolling through the surrounding neighborhood as the sun was beginning to settle toward the horizon. One of the buildings we passed by was the William’s Feed building, an old grain elevator and business.

William’s Feed — Dillon, Montana

I did the studio watercolor painting a few years later, as a greeting card for my wife, to remind her of wonderful memories from past trips.

Studio Painting info:
William’s Feed Building
Dillon, Montana
May 2019
Schmincke Horadam watercolor
Fluid 100 100% cotton 140 lb cold press paper

Photo info:
William’s Feed Building
Dillon, Montana
October 2016
Apple iPhone 6S

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