In the Scott Pryor painting “Winter” we see a small town on a frosty winter evening. He looks smart like a Christmas card. Neat houses are located close to each other, snow-covered streets illuminate the yellow lights.
From under the snow blackened branches of shrubs blacken. Snow fell recently, he covered the sloping roofs of houses, large stone benches, mountain tops with a soft carpet. The sky, torn by restless purple clouds, is still orange-red at the horizon. Frosts are coming. Cold colors of the night sky are warmed with warm lights in the windows of houses and smoke from chimneys.