Grain elevators are the high rises of the prairie.  Usually found in small towns on the rail line, they were the point from which the bounty of the prairie was shipped to markets back East.
Today, many elevators are abandoned and falling into ruin, and the towns themselves may be ghosts of their former selves.   But this elevator still stands tall against an evening sky.  
If you are interested in knowing more about this painting, or any of my other works, please contact me at helenrietz@adisappearingwest.  
And, to learn more about my art and the inspiration and stories behind it, please sign up for my email newsletter
Helen L. Rietz
1105 LeGrande Cannon Blvd.
Helena, MT 59601
406 461 3244
You may also e-mail me on the Contact page of this web site.












© 2017 Helen L. Rietz | site powered by