Jim Harrison's America is the America to which we all want to return. His paintings of farm landscapes, country stores, and small town architecture afford viewers the opportunity to once again "go home." Jim's art and writing have placed him among the nation's most important chroniclers of earlier twentieth century rural life.
An established artist and writer, Harrison has more than 100 limited edition reproductions to his name. Reminiscent of his earlier experiences as a sign painter, his work is known for chronicling earlier twentieth century rural life. His strong feelings for rural America touch on every aspect of earlier ways of living, and his subjects -- railroad stations, churches, one room school houses, country stores, covered bridges, and farm buildings -- representing the spirit of an agrarian society. Harrison has had successful one-man shows at the prestigious New York Hammer Galleries and the San Francisco Conacher Galleries. His works have also been included in annual shows at the prestigious National Academy Gallery in New York.