Artist's description:

A parched desert scene captures the subtle flow of life, death, and the march of the seasons. Although the pronghorn antelope did not make it through the season, the challenging life of the desert marches ever forward. The New Mexico flag boldly proclaiming the presence of the people who call this landscape home.

This painting was created with watercolors on heavy Arches paper, size 11x14 . The juxtaposition of animal skulls, bones, or other glimpses of life that has passed in otherwise placid nature scenes feels very surreal to me, almost like looking at old black and white photos. A quick view into something that used to be there.

This painting would make a great addition to any desert home, lodge, or wherever a hunter, traveler, or adventure might dwell.

Materials used:

watercolor, Arches 300lb hot press paper

Summer (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Taylor Barton from United States

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