Plein Air Sketching: Harshaw, AZ

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We are still taking advantage of the mild weather to explore Southern Arizona’s history and plein air possibilities.  A little off the beaten track is the site of Harshaw, an old mining “ghost town” in the Patagonias.

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Meredith works with ink and colored pencil.

After Harshaw, we retrace our steps to this small ranch site with Sycamore trees, shed, and cows.

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Julie works with vine charcoal.

In just a few afternoon hours we accomplished a lot. This site is definitely worth more investigation. The road to Harshaw is improved dirt, so it’s not difficult, just a little dusty.  Tune in next week for more sketching in the San Rafael and Patagonia mountain area!

One thought on “Plein Air Sketching: Harshaw, AZ

  1. Sorry we missed this one. Karen’s grandfather is from Harshaw. I’m still rehabbing from my knee replacement. Nancy

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