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Old 12-16-2016, 05:20 PM
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Llano Estacado Abstract

Hi, I am trying some "abstract" type landscapes, since Llano Estacado is an area of lots of sky, dirt, and distance and really makes me think "abstract." Here is one:

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Re: Llano Estacado Abstract

Very interesting - I love the colors - would not some of that sky color reflect down onto the ground surface? Very nice!
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Old 12-16-2016, 09:05 PM
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Re: Llano Estacado Abstract

Maybe. I should look into it.
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Re: Llano Estacado Abstract

This is something new from you! It's appealing and vivid and beautiful! I like the textures in the sky, as well as the colors. Really nicely done! It's always good to try something new to keep inspiration fresh.
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Re: Llano Estacado Abstract

Good to see you venture out.... This is nice in composition and color.

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Re: Llano Estacado Abstract

interesting....I really like the sky and brush/pallet knife marks, and colors
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Re: Llano Estacado Abstract

This is fun. I like the colors. Happy New Year!
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Re: Llano Estacado Abstract

I love the painting. Having been raised in Lubbock I can see the high plains in the painting.
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Re: Llano Estacado Abstract

Ms Larkin you do beautiful work. This is the first time I've seen a reference to Elton Trueblood.
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