Rim Country Sunset

Oil on Panel / 6 x 6 inches / ©John Farnsworth

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I don’t know how long I would last if I had to live where I couldn’t see a blue distant mountain and beautiful sunsets. But if I had to, something like this little painting would sure help to keep me sane. Well, if I happened to be sane in the first place, that is. Maybe I should say it would help keep me from getting more crazy, huh?

This daily painting thing has given me the opportunity to paint several sunsets that I might not have done larger. In fact, when I get back to painting larger paintings again I’m sure there will be quite a few subjects and ideas based on these smaller works. Meanwhile, I’ll just keep on trying to paint big paintings on small panels.

THEA’S FRAMING TABLE Daily Photograph # 1,672

This image is a re-worked version of one published a couple of years ago. It’s here in honor of all the work Thea has been doing for the past few weeks, framing, hanging and preparing and marketing for the Kachina Show. (See below.)

Thea's Framing Table


The Kachinas are Coming

It’s time to get ready for THE KACHINAS ARE COMING. That’s the big 43rd Annual Kachina show Thea will be putting on of my Kachina paintings the first of September at David Anthony Fine Arts, here in Taos. I hope to see you there!

David Anthony Fine Art, 132 Kit Carson, Taos, New Mexico, September 01 to October 05, 2012. Reception September 1, 5 t0 7pm

See the August/September issue of the SANTA FEAN magazine, page 90 for a write-up on the show.

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4 thoughts on “RIM COUNTRY SUNSET Daily Painting #703

  1. How true. When the planet was being made Our Father knew where to put the real beauty and You are spreading it around with all of your paintings and Thea helping to keep the work going. Proud of both of you.

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