Monday, September 7, 2015

Bryce Canyon Trees

About three years ago we visited Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah whose unique feature are the hoodoos--odd shaped pillars of rock left standing from the forces of erosion.  The colors of this seemingly endless landscape are various hues, shades and tints of red-orange.  From the high points of this canyon of hoodoos are weathered trees--many with their roots exposed due to wind and erosion.  One of my projects this year is editing and printing some of my Bryce tree portraits.  Even as I work on the editing, I'm thinking of them as subjects for paintings.  Here are three:

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