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Documenting a period in my development that could become pivotal

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

1965 "Tucson Brick Works"

" Patagonia, Arizona" 1966, acrylic on canvas, 3 feet by 5 feet, at "Rain's" Tucson home
This is one of the first watercolors I did when my husband was going to graduate school at the University of Arizona. It is now in "Rain's" collection and has the honor of being hung in her Tucson home. I have just packed my watercolors as well as my acrylics for our trip south to Arizona.
Thank you "Rain" for supplying me with these excellent photographs of my work. After not seeing these paintings for a long time and it is important for me to see them to see the direction of my development.



6 comments:

Kim said...

Beautiful! Isn't it wonderful to look back on earlier work and to watch the progression forward?

Have a lovely, safe trip!

Rain said...

hope you have a great trip and find much inspiration for your art along the way

rob ijbema said...

yes have a good one,
relieved to see this was an older work,you've matured a lot!

Paul said...

I like it !!!

Rain said...

A photograph doesn't do this painting justice. It has all of the feeling of old Tucson, a world that is fast fading away with new buildings and new developments. It's difficult to capture the feeling of any painting when it's in a photo

Parapluie said...

The frame on the brick factory painting is shinney enough to be overly dominate in aphotograph. Photographs make shiny objects more contrasty. I am going to try to crop the photo of the brick factory.