Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Back from the Big Bend

Mountain Divide, 12 x 16

I spent last week painting in the Big Bend National Park with two wonderfully inspired painters Jill Carver and Kraig Kiedrowski. For me, it was kind of a "last hurrah" for the year and a peaceful interlude between holiday festivities. If you haven't been to Big Bend, I will be posting images over the next week for you to catch a glimpse. It is a diverse place of deserts, mountains, rivers and a little bit of the wild, wild west.
Pictured above: The Rio Grande River divides Texas and Mexico - land on the right side of the river is Texas; land on the left is Mexico.


Barbara Muir said...

Hi Laurel,

Awesome -- that must have been so
incredibly inspiring.

Great painting.


eLIZabeth Floyd said...

WOW! This is really wonderful, I love the red and greens, and shadows. Really lovely, please post more of your trip!

Jann Alexander at said...

you are so lucky to have been in Big Bend, and your lovely, clear paintings there reflect your joy in it . . . when are you going again? would love to tag along!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

The color harmony is great.