Santa Fe Shadows


Oil on Paper mounted on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches

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While I was still living in Santa Fe, I noticed a potential gallery space, went around the block, and took a quick couple of shots in passing. I later made an appointment to see the space, but didn’t quite see how I could make it work for me at the time. Close, but not quite. I still feel an urge to reconsider it, but have decided that travel is more important to me at for now.

One of the most endearing features of Southwestern and adobe architecture  is the soft, curving, undulating lines of this hand made, natural, non-manufactured approach to building.

When trolling through my research for subjects to paint for this blog, I stumbled across the image that was the inspiration for this painting. I could hardly wait to get into it.

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7 thoughts on “SANTA FE SHADOWS Daily Painting #756

    1. Alas, I’m afraid it is already changing, and has changed a lot in recent years. The downtown historic district is still relatively recognizable, but there are those who are constantly working to make it into another bland homogenized city.
      So far, though, Santa Fe remains a unique, beautiful, and lovely city.

  1. Sometimes progress does more harm then helping. I love the old buildings that tell the real history of the town. I have always thought that they should be kept in good condition to show the true history of our forefathers and what they did and the way they lived. They made our country great.

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