Roads, walls, and fences are parts of the landscape that can add direction, interest, and vitality to a scene or view. A road, wall, or fence meandering away within a grouping of winding hills can add drama and narrative to a drawing. A half-open gate can make viewers wish they knew what lay beyond it and stimulate the imagination.
Lauren's grandfather drew some of these roads. Note how each is an individual.
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