Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Winter Grasses

Watercolor on archival paper, 8" x 9"
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This kind of clumping grass grows all over the valley, especially along roads and field edges. It can get taller than a person's head and is very stout, staying upright when other grasses have fallen over. In summer it's a dusty blue-green color. Not sure what it's called, but my best guess--after a Google image search--is a variety called "heavy metal switchgrass". I could be wrong but hey, I'm just an artist--I don't have to name it to paint it.

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