wolves

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messa path.jpg

12x9 Acrylic, gallery wrap canvas

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scout
scout
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laredo
laredo

20x16 acrylic Framed size 21.5”x17.5” SOLD

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Lobo
Lobo

18 x 18 acrylic on 1 1/2" gallery wrap canvas SOLD

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Amigos II
Amigos II

16x20 acrylic Framed size 17.5”x21.5”

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Bandeliers
Bandeliers

18 x 18 acrylic on 1 1/2" gallery wrap canvas SOLD

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salvador
salvador

18x24 acrylic

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Durango II
Durango II

40x30 acrylic painting, gallery wrap canvas

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comrades
comrades

18x24

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This new body of work feels like a cleansing. I have put aside collage and mixed media. Now I’m concentrating on paint, only including a few lines of suggestion with charcoal. It feels pure and clean. I have a passion for our canine companions and enjoy illustrating the focus shown in their eyes. My previous work has been figurative, with my subject matter being dogs or wolves.

In this series, I am delving back into abstract composition, where my formal training began, and adding just a touch of figurative. I have chosen a very warm, but bright palette, reminding me of the colors of the New Mexico landscape, then interjecting the wild wolf into this landscape. My vision is to create a pleasant, comforting place, while portraying the dignity and presence of the canine.