Here is an example of a typical Grandma Moses landscape painting. There are many people shown participating in various activities in a winter setting. The architecture is just like what we would see here in rural Rhode Island because she lived in a small town in New York state.
Notice the bright, cheery colors that many of the people are wearing and how this creates contrast with the snow. There are also a variety of different trees in different sizes. The viewer's eye travels through the paintings because of the use of diagonal lines shown as paths tracked in the snow.
Look closely: Can you spot her signature?