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Old 11-11-2019, 12:18 AM
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Desert scene

I’ve had some success lately painting scenes of western landscapes.
This one of my latest. It is 10x14 on 140 pound press.
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Re: Desert scene

Nice work especially the mountains.
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Re: Desert scene

Nicely done. It amazes me how green the desert can actually be. This painting reminds me of that.
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Re: Desert scene

This is a beautiful painting, Larry. The colors are wonderfully warm. I like the variety of plants in this; there are a lot of nice textures for the eye to explore. Well done!
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Re: Desert scene

Love this landscape so full of texture, Larry! I bet it could tell stories of the old west.
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