Splendor Mountain 9×12 Oil

Splendor Mountain 9x12 Oil

Splendor Mountain 9x12 Oil

Splendor Mountain doesn’t exist (so far as I know) anywhere in Arizona.  But I didn’t have a name for this rock feature near Arizona, and loving the colors, the word “splendor” came to mind.

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Soft Light on Coffeepot 9×12 Oil

Soft Light on Coffeepot 9x12 Oil

Soft Light on Coffeepot 9x12 Oil

Few rock formations in Sedona, Arizona, are known as well as Coffeepot Rock.  Coffeepot dominates the landscape, but I think the best view is from Airport Mesa, which is where this painting was made.  In my mind, Coffeepot looks more like a percolator.  Before the Anglos moved in, local Native Americans called it Eagle Rock.

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Lazy Light 9×12 Oil

Lazy Light 9x12 Oil

Lazy Light 9x12 Oil

It may surprise people who don’t know Arizona, but the state has a number of beautiful creeks and rivers.  One of my favorites is Oak Creek.  Untamed, it flows from 7000 feet near Flagstaff, down a canyon to Sedona, and then on past Page Springs and into the Verde River.  This was painted along its banks in Sedona on a quiet spring day.

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