Did this pair of pieces on paper after a walk over a set of train tracks behind our home. I was actually in search of a wild fig tree, which someone mentioned to me vaguely, holding a handful of huge, oozing black ones. But I came up dry on that one, and I was very grumpy wandering around.
I don't know if it happens to you the same, but often when I set my mind to one thing, I come up with another.
Fortunately, as they say, the world could give a fig about intentions.
|"Palms on the Other Side of the Tracks (1/2)," watercolor and acrylic on 140 lb. 100% cotton Arches paper, 16" x 20"|
|"Palms on the Other Side of the Tracks (2/2)," watercolor and acrylic on 140 lb. 100% cotton Arches paper, 16" x 20"|
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