Cerro Gordo

Cerro Gordo was originally a rural road, sparsely occupied by farming families who raised livestock and grew crops like wheat and squash. It is fitting, then, that the street is home - See more at: http://www.santafe.com/article/santa-fe-secrets#sthash.FdAbi0h4.dpuf
Cerro Gordo was originally a rural road, sparsely occupied by farming families who raised livestock and grew crops like wheat and squash. It is fitting, then, that the street is home - See more at: http://www.santafe.com/article/santa-fe-secrets#sthash.FdAbi0h4.dpuf
Cerro Gordo was originally a rural road at the outskirts of Santa Fe, occupied by farmers who raised livestock and grew squash and beans. along the Santa Fe River.  Small adobes dotted the hillside leading down to the cottonwoods and willows along the river.
Cerro Gordo was originally a rural road, sparsely occupied by farming families who raised livestock and grew crops like wheat and squash. It is fitting, then, that the street is home - See more at: http://www.santafe.com/article/santa-fe-secrets#sthash.FdAbi0h4.dpuf
  
Another of the painting-a-day series of small watercolors  on rough watercolor paper. 10" x 14" image size, matted and ready to frame.

Perfect for home or office.

Image was photographed to represent original colors, but your monitor colors may vary the colors slightly. .

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Cerro Gordo was originally a rural road, sparsely occupied by farming families who raised livestock and grew crops like wheat and squash - See more at: http://www.santafe.com/article/santa-fe-secrets#sthash.FdAbi0h4.dpuf
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