Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Oil on stretched canvas, 12" x 12"
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Another larger painting just completed; a view from the Aneroid Lake trail on a glorious September afternoon.
We tend to equate mountains with notions of permanence. Relative to our own lifespans they seem unchanging, eternal. But of course the forces of erosion and gravity are constantly at work, wearing and breaking them down. When crossing a place like this it's best not to dwell on how all these broken boulders got here. Actually, it's probably best not to dwell at all. And try not to look up at those fissured granite walls looming over your head.
I'm excited to be included in a new online gallery created by my Chilean artist friend, Alex Perez.
Take a look: http://www.aperezcontemporaryart.com/.