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PUMPER NO 2 RETIRED
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PUMPER NO 2 RETIRED
by Betty Northcutt

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Year created: 2011
Original Size: 20" x 16"
Original Medium: Digital Work
Art Style: Realism-Representational
Art Subject: Transportation
Artist comment about this artwork: "I spotted this 1955 Diamond T pumper fire truck on Hwy 71 in Mena Arkansas which had been decommissioned and retiredA fire engine may have several methods of pumping water onto the fire such as passing water obtained from a fire hydrant through hoses or using a pumping cannon also known as a monitor or deck gun some trucks have an onboard water reservoir Early pumpers used cisterns as a source of water Many rural fire engines still rely upon cisterns or other sources for drafting water into the pumpsAfter speaking with Mr Larry Lay the Fire Chief of Shady Grove I learned a little bit of this old trucks service history Shady Grove Rural Volunteer Fire Department aquired this truck around 1985 after it had already served its function for some 30 years Shady Grove RVFD then put it to use about 13 years before retiring it The current owner Mr Carl Osthoff of Hatfield Arkansas stated It still runs good and the pump still works They sure dont make them like they used toDigitally manipulated photographScaled to a square formatThis image is COPYRIGHT REGISTEREDALL RIGHTS RESERVEDMCNCAVV4-L99RG-KCQ8R".
Art by the Artist Betty Northcutt From Beckville, Texas, United States

Having been born and raised in Northeast Texas, Betty Northcutt is most at home in rural communities and this is where she photographs her favorite subjects. From her home base in Beckville, Texas, she finds that the natural, nostalgic and sometimes rustic environment to be her inspiration.

With future creative projects, she will surely cling to her nostalgia, seeking out subjects representing a slower-pace and "simpler" time, for this is where her passion lies. However, she continues to challenge herself to explore new digital techniques in an effort to invent a unique perspective on her subject matter.

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