New Mexico Fall Landscape

Fall landscapes in New Mexico can produce a variety of colors. In early October the Aspens turn yellow and red. Since most Aspen forests occur where fire has destroyed the fir trees, they show up as patches of color against the green. Wherever there is a source of water the ubiquitous cottonwood grows. The wood is used by the many native wood carvers to produce works of art that are popular at art markets. The trees also turn brilliant colors in the fall. This painting shows Aspens in the background mountains, and cottonwood trees adjacent to a small pond of water.

Fall Landscape NEW

20" x 30" Acrylic on Canvas



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