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John Dunn Bridge is new direction for me. It has more curvy, organic shapes, less rectilinear angles, and more pastel. It's still abstract, but unlike a lot of my work, real shapes are evident. Look up John Dunn Bridge in Arroyo Hondo, Taos. It crosses the early stages of the Rio Grande in New Mexico. I'm deep down in the bottom of the gorge, a couple hundred feet from the bridge, looking at it from an angle. I'm with a group of artists in a workshop on a perfect, sunny day, though we'd occasionally have to grab our canvases in the wind. Layer upon layer of glazing, scrub with a little hard pastel, repeat, emphasize with soft willow charcoal, fix with clear spray. Voilà; John Dunn.
The deep 1-1/2" museum mount edges of this work are painted as 3D extensions of main image.
Dunn Bridge arrives prewired, ready to hang.
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Paint, Acrylic, on Canvas with 1-1/2" Deep Museum Mount, Painted Edges, Prewired for Hanging