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Once again proving that nature never gives up. This was seen on a siding of the most wonderful CaTSRR.
Once on loan to Senator Bennet's office in Washington D.C., this image of Colorado beauty may be found down a dirt road in Conifer
Beauty afoot in Conifer CO. This painting started out en plein aire and was re-imagined with the lake and house in studio.
Love comes in fur with a cold, wet nose and a warm heartQ!
Once chosen to grace Sen. Michael Bennet's office in Washington D.C. A guardian to the memory of the railroad when the bark and roar of steam locomotives ascending a grade broke the mountain stillness, and water tanks like these would quench an engine’s thirst as it rested, quietly breathing on the siding.
And it WAS! this painting blew off my easel twice while painting. Given the right light, you can still see the mica lodged in the paint.
Often called The Grandfather; some believe that the enchantment of Taos emanates from its mass. This is a view from the road to Highway 285.
Rebirth on the Cumbres & Toltec
A Blustery Day