Penasco

Mountains from the view point of the small villages  in Northern New Mexico along the high road to Taos.  Settled during the Spanish Colonial Period, they remained isolated for centuries. Peasco (which means 'rocky' in the local Spanish dialect) is characterized by its llanos and lush valley. 

Another  series of  watercolors working to achieve a minimalist feel. A fun way to bust loose and explore with watercolors using quick strokes with a Japanese writing brush on rough watercolor paper.  16" x  12"mage size, matted and unframed.

Perfect for home or office.

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