This pen and ink collage of scenes of the DAI contains about 10 different views as interpreted by the artist. Paulette McGriff Zawosky (1951 - 2003) was a well known Darke County artist, photographer, and quilter. Her pen and ink drawings feature many of Darke County’s activities and locations. This is one of her few pieces that we are aware of that portrays scenes out of the county. Each print is numbered and signed by the artist. The original printing was for 200 prints.
The unframed print measures about 17” by 12”.