When I was a child, a snowfall was met by two reactions! First, the kids were hoping for a day off school. With a little wind, the snow would drift onto the roads, making them impassible for most vehicle. The next thing that would happen was an army of farmers would take to the roads on their tractors, clearing the roads so that other traffic could get through. They did it at their own expense, on their own time, many on tractors that had no cab to keep them warm. Many would clear the driveways of the people who lived on the the roads they cleared. It was just what neighbors did, back in the day....
My process includes creating an acrylic wash to inspire the background, followed by a digital painting done using many transparent layers. I adjust the order and transparency of the layers until I get just the effect that I want and freeze it into a file for printing.
Each print is made after you place your order, using archival inks on archival water color paper with a white border displaying the quality paper.