MASSACRE SAGUARO

Oil on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches

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I got a nice, liesurely start this morning in my desert camp, where I had a simple breakfast, and a little time sitting in the sun before heading over to Bouse, where, it seems our niece sold her store a year or more ago. So, off I went to Salome, where she danced, and on through Wenden and Aguila, arriving on the edge of Wickenburg just in time to do my painting for today. I pulled over to read one of those historic markers, something I seldom had time for until now

This one was particularly poignant:

It was getting late, so I drove a few hundred feet up the road behind this marker, and started setting up to paint. I glanced out Betsy's windhield and my previously planned painting just had to wait. To see the inspiration for Massacre Saguaro…

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2 thoughts on “MASSACRE SAGUARO Daily Painting #878

  1. This sky and its color is to die for, as they say. What a beautiful day. People in Boston can warm their
    hands over this painting today.

  2. Killing indiscriminately and wantonly did not really help anyone. The Indians knew how to live with nature. They could have taught us and would have, if our Forefathers had approched them in a peaceful and loving way then started spreading the beauty of nature.

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