Cypress Hills on a blustery day; there’s no better place for dramatic skies. The Native People called them the “Thunder Breeding Hills” for good reason. This clump of spruce are situated on the hill above Spruce Coulee, and to me, they look like a group of dancers swaying against that windy sky.
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Hello Gena! Thank you for your visit and for your encouraging words. It means a lot and sure has me wanting to hit the old drawing board as it were. Your Eleven-sies started out much the same way i start mine. The design/drawing side of things is what i enjoy so much spending many happy hours sketching. Laying paint on is just a necessity then. 🙂 🙂 I enjoyed seeing how you built this painting. Nicely done.
Sadly i will not be heading out to Kamloops this year. I had decided not to go but now that the date is drawing nearer i am having regrets as it is always such a good time. Hope you have a successful time there with many new sales. Perhaps next year i can have a booth too! Safe travel!