A Western Slope Autumn
Autumn is my absolute favorite time of year on Colorado’s wild and rugged Western Slope. I always feel like I’m being gently folded into in a deep bowl full of precious stones – tumbling with the junipers and sagebrush among leaves of ruby, bronze and gold under sparkling, sapphire skies. This painting captures this experience via metallic, acrylic paints on linen-textured paper. It is 14″x14″ and framed in a 19″x19″ black frame.
Because Western Colorado is comprised of mountain, forest and desert landscapes, hints of the American Southwest are also apparent in this work. When you scroll through these photos, you’ll notice my friend Chaucy’s little dog, Bob. I finished this painting at Bob’s house (studio and home of www.chaucypottery.com), and Bob supervised!
This painting currently hangs at Horse Cow 57 gallery at 116 3rd St., Paonia, CO 81428. Contact me to see it in person.
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