Farm and Field I is a 10.5 x 13 inch reproduction print located at the Norfolk Veterans' Residential Facility in the C section, left of C129. This reproduction is of a farm house tucked away in large bushes and tall trees on a hill overlooking a field.
Hayslette was born in Rupert, West Virginia in 1929. In 1962 he moved to Seattle Washington, where he was the principle at Berg, Hayslette, Dupar design firm. in 1973 he founded Olympus Graphics, inc. and Olympus Atelier on Bainbridge island, WA. He now lives and works on the Kitsap Peninsula in WA. He graduated from the American Academy of Art in Chicago in 1951. Following which, he studied under Egon Weiner and Alexander Archipenko briefly at the Art Institute of Chicago.