Artist's description:

One of my favorite place to go to is the Confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. About a 150 meters from the confluence grows this giant Cottonwood tree. I often wonder how long has it been there? Was it there when Lewis and Clark started their long journey up the Missouri River in 1803 seeking a new passage to the Pacific Ocean?

I go there on every Summer and Winter Solstice. It seems to be the ring place to be on the longest and shortest days of the year.

This painting depicts the winter solstice at the confluence of these two great rivers.

Materials used:

Acrylic on Canvas

Alone, Winter Solstice (2011)


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This artwork is sold by Garry McMichael from United States

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