Artist's description:

After moving to Arizona from the East, I had trouble adapting to the new and strange environment. The viewer stands in a safe, familiar space in the shade and trees, looking out on a beautiful yet uncertain, frightening "beyond." I was fascinated also with Western history, the mining/manipulation of the land during early settlement. The mining equipment represents this, while the red buckets represent a more personal exploration of the land. Like a child might use a red bucket to move and play with the earth, I was searching to find my own connections and sense of home in the Southwest.

Materials used:

oil, acrylic

Upon Arrival (2014)

$5,000

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This artwork is sold by Leah Lewman from United States

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