Geometry of Landscape


  
In 2008 I walked from Las Cruces to Santa Fe through the Jornada del Muerto and up scenic country roads including the Turquoise Trail. The purpose was to connect with both the land and its history. Having lived in New Mexico now some 26 years I find myself still enchanted with its diverse landscape. Through the Geometry of Landscape series I share my love for the details: the patterns, lines, and shapes of the land that I encounter every day.
  
These are all acrylic on canvas. They are grouped by size with paintings and sizes being added as they are completed.

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5" x 5"
​​Landscape
Evening Landscape
5" x 7"
Fences
Crops
Roadside Grasses
After the Rain
​​Erosion
Canyon
Cliff
Beginning of the Fall
Evening Desert
​Red Sky
​Mountains
​8" x 8"
Bales
Soft Hill in Autumn Light
Old Mine on the Mountain Side
Sandstone Hills
Biloxi
​Natural Cairn
Arroyo                                                                          American southwest
​10" x 10"
Dry Bed
Twilight
12" x 12"
​Hidden Pool
​Wind Sculpted Hills
Sandstone Hills West of Williamsburg
Fresh Plantings
Above and Between
​10" x 20"
Mesas
Inspiration from Ghost Ranch
​Field Near Palomas
Evening Drive on NM 157
Cliff Face in Evening
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