Autumn in the Rear View Window
November 28, 2016 • Leave a Comment
Well I have not gotten into a good blog rhythm as I thought. I was born in 1960 so I am not as dedicated to social media as younger folk.
It is time for an update as I have been busy. The summer farmers markets have ended of course and that was a great experience. The sales and nice comments have raised my expectations for the next few years so that is good too. Over the winter and summer I will pop up my traveling gallery to a few art shows in Arizona and Texas.
In the fall I took a week off from the markets to gather some new fall shots from around Colorado. I started in Steamboat, then Grand Lake and Rocky Mountain National Park. And Kiko and I spent a wonderful few days on McClure Pass. Here is a shot of my trailer in the McClure Pass Campground.
I timed our return to Telluride for when the aspen have mostly turned. But a windstorm and some rain blasted a lot leaves off the aspen, especially the higher the elevation. So I was only able to get a few great shots from around home base.
More recently, we were on the road to New Mexico to get some new shots and to visit my dear friend Elizabeth Anglin and The Starshine Gallery in Madrid, where some of my work is offered along with other artists. I took several good shots of the Ghost Ranch's amazing scenery and then we spent some time in the Clayton-Raton volcanic field which is a mix of ranch land, bits of state land, and volcanoes. I will write about that area in my next blog.
And it is time to the add the best of my recent shots to the website. It is time to rearrange the galleries too so expect some changes there too. I will be tweaking the photo sizes for sale to make better sense too.
Let me know if you have any questions about any photo or how to purchase them.
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