Talk about Art
August 29, 2019
It's rare to take a country walk without seeing them.
Hidden in the grass, hiding behind trees, half in and out of ditches: rusty old decaying trucks peek out, inviting us – pleadingly -- to stop a moment and look.
"Every old truck has a history of service," says Walla Walla watercolor painter Randy Klassen.
"They transported all kinds of material from its base to where it was needed: agricultural products, machinery, lumber, and all kinds of items."
Like people, every truck has its history, but unlike people, trucks can't speak theirs. So Klassen, fascinated by the untold story of abando...