Embudo Willow

You can always tell when autumn is around the corner in Santa Fe. There is the smell of pinon smoke and green chilis roasting in the air, the mornings are crisp and cool and the aspens in the mountains turn bright yellow seemingly overnight.  The name "Embudo", meaning "funnel" in Spanish, was given to the area by early Spanish settlers because the spot where the Rio Embudo flowed between two distinctive cone shaped hills reminded them of a funnel.

A mixed media piece using japanese sumi ink and watercolor on rough watercolor paper. 9 1/2" x 30" image size, unframed

Perfect for home or office.

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