“The artist must have something to say, for mastery over form is not his goal but rather the adapting of form to its inner meaning.” Wassily Kandinsky
The San Luis Valley of Colorado is America’s second-largest potato growing area. These beautiful, hand-built potato cellars are relics from the 1950s and 1960s. Modern technology has simplified the building of potato storage making these beautiful buildings obsolete. They’ve all been listed as endangered buildings which, hopefully, will lead to them being preserved and maintained.
Most of these are commissioned. I love painting what people ask for.
Garden signs are all painted on some kind of reclaimed wood and most of these were commissioned projects.
Paintings, garden signs and notecards are available by contacting me directly or in my Etsy Shop:
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