Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for the ‘new mexico’ Category

Hatch Chili New Mexico original modern southwestern painting old town in the south west United States where it is known as the chile capital of the United States. They have many chili festivals in this town and this is a painting of a local market store there. 119 dollars

Buy this painting on PayPal
Price: $119 USD
Or, send me an email
View more art at my gallery at
Southwestern Watercolor Paintings

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

Landscape painting of Ruidoso New Mexico mountain original watercolor art 18 x 24 inches large plein air art
259 dollars

Buy this painting on PayPal
Price: $259 USD
Or, send me an email
View more art at my gallery at
Landscape Paintings

Read Full Post »

Southwestern Elephant Butte Lake State Park New Mexico near Truth or Consequences, NM the old town that used to be called Hot Springs. This lake has a green color near the shallows when observed from the lookout point on the road where this painting was completed from. Original watercolor southwest painting. Marina del sur is located in this image. This lake is the largest and most popular lake in New Mexico. Around 100 million years ago the lake a was part of a shallow ocean. When the ocean dried the area was the favorite hunting ground of the tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur. Original mountain and lake painting 11 x 15 inches on Arches archival professional watercolor paper 119 dollars. Or purchase an 11 x 14 inch signed art print for 25 dollars. View more art at my gallery at
Southwestern Watercolor Paintings

Read Full Post »

Yucca flower southwestern botanical floral watercolor painting art print. This western plant is scattered throughout the desert of the southwest. The yucca flower is the New Mexico state flower. The yucca is a member of the lily family and a symbol of sturdiness and beauty. In the early summer, pale ivory flowers bloom at the tips of its long, fibrous stalks. At the base of the plant are broad, sharpedged leaves that look like stilettos. The yucca sometimes grows to the height of a small tree. What really amazes me about this plant is the American Indian’s use for it. When I spent some time in El Paso Texas I traveled all over the west. My favorite thing to do is spend time visting the historical southwest areas and especially when Indian history is involved. One time I went to a spot where Indians were using the yucca root as an edible food and it is really good. I tasted the root once again when I ate at a restaurant in Orlando Florida called Texas da Brazil. If you are ever in Orlando and you want to be spoiled rotten eat at the Texas da Brazil. It is expensive but it is an experience with food that you will never forget. This painting is available as a 11 x 14 inch fine art print for
25 dollars plus 7 for shipping

Buy this painting on PayPal
Price: $32 USD
Or, send me an email
View more art at my gallery at
Flower Paintings

Read Full Post »