Hey! I know it’s a looong way out there to the Ranch House Gallery at East Roger road and Soldier Trail, but it’s worth it! (12325 E Roger Road)
Visit this Oasis in the desert this November and see some Desert Jewels (paintings) while you’re at it. My work is for sale, $350-$650. Gallery Hours 10-3 PM, closed Monday and Tuesday.
In this post I am showing off my Plein Air works in the gallery. Many of the paintings have appeared on the Excursions blog already, complete with their inspiration and the process behind the making.
Here are a few for you:
Two Palo Verdes, the first from Tohono Chul Park and the second from Tucson Mountain Park.
Two Mesquite trees, the first from South Patagonia, the second from North Patagonia.
To see more about these paintings go to: Painting Patagonia
The Patagonia School House Playground equipment. Watch for a series of playgrounds coming up…yes, paintings of playgrounds.
Our Favorite Saguaro from Tumamoc Hill. It blew down this monsoon and is no more!
Painting in Saguaro National Park East.
Overcast at Saguaro East.
Javalina Point in Saguaro East…Love to paint in Saguaro East in the winter-time.
Painting Saguaro West at Signal Point. Not the same point of view for the painting but the same time. The light was changing fast! That is Baboquivari (important peak) in the way back (in the painting).
At Bearpaw Guest Ranch at the edge of the Gila Wilderness in New Mexico.
To see more about Bearpaw Ranch, go to: Plein Air New Mexico with Cows
Ok, that’s enough for now, take a half-day out to see the show and enjoy the peaceful scene. I will be there for a paint out on November 19 at 1:30 PM. I look forward to seeing you then!
Dos Pepe’s, Sweet Pete, Painters from November 9th paint out and the Lovely Gay Scheibl, painting companiera and the other half of Desert Jewels at the Agua Caliente Ranch House Gallery, Nov 5-Dec 7, 10-3PM, closed Monday and Tuesday.
Don’t miss it!
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