This is a scene from a once-in-fifty-years mass bloom of lupine up on Bald Hills Road in Redwood National Park. I was fighting a cold, but my husband drove me up there late one afternoon so that I could see it and get pictures. The location is about an hour from our house. Click to buy it here
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I’m running a little behind, so I’ll cover the art stuff that’s going to Mongolia with me next week. In the meantime, I think I’ve solved the hot-water-in-the-ger-problem with a nifty little “stove” that uses solid fuel cubes and is specifically ok for use in tents. More later once it gets here.
I thought that I would share a few images of the creation of this study.
As usual, there was a cat working hard, right near by:
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PINTO 6×8 oil on canvasboard