June 2011 – ‘High Road to Taos’ and ‘Turquoise Trail’

I just returned from a wonderful painting trip in, and around, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

While Nancy was in an intensive one week alternative photography workshop with the internationally renowned Christopher James, I spent my days on the ‘High Road to Taos’ [Cundiyo, Cordova and Truchas] and the ‘Turquoise Trail’ [Madrid and Cerrillos] painting on 18″ x 24″ canvas and masonite boards. It is not all that easy to paint outdoors when the temperature reaches 103 F; the relative humidity is 4%; there are no clouds [except for the smoke generated from raging canyon fires] and you back over your easel to move your car to accommodate a three axle SUV!

Although it’s not easy, it is spectacularly rewarding.

These are 6 of the fruits of my adversity.

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