St. Onge Remnant


14 x 11 Watercolor on Clayboard An iconic ruins of a barn and home, outside of St. Onge, South Dakota. It was built by Adolphe Furois, as the Furois family homestead. He immigrated from French Canada during the gold rush, but was originally from the Normandy region of France. The family established a store in nearby St. Onge, which still remains and now has a historical designation. Framed with a black frame, bringing out the stark quality of the subject matter.