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Old 12-16-2019, 08:33 PM
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Here is a big work Iíve just finished. This is 16x20 140 pound press. These cactus are large. I think the figure is in perspective.
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Wow Larry, this is so impressive! Yes, those saguaros are very big and tall. My many trips to Arizona gave lots of photo ops and a great appreciation for desert life. Love this one.
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Its interesting how the desert southwest can be so much "greener" than my area of dried, brown prairie grass. Nice indication of scale with the people.
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Old 12-17-2019, 03:27 AM
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The paper had some buckling but Iím happy with the scale. Iíve lived in Arizona for a year now and there is so much color here.
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This is great and describes the saquaro so well. I'm smiling.
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Beautiful work, and the addition of the figure lends a sense of the huge size of these cacti! Well done!
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