Ravens & Landscapes

WHEREOF MEMORY, JANE
WHEREOF MEMORY, JANE

oil on canvas 46” x 30”

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WHEREOF MEMORY, JOSE
WHEREOF MEMORY, JOSE

oil on canvas 48” x 30”

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WHEREOF MEMORY, LUISA
WHEREOF MEMORY, LUISA

oil on canvas 57” x 32”

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LOS OJOS ACEQUIA 1
LOS OJOS ACEQUIA 1

oil on canvas 26” x 32”

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LOS OJOS ACEQUIA 2
LOS OJOS ACEQUIA 2

oil on canvas 14” x 36”

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LOS OJOS, FETE GALLANTE
LOS OJOS, FETE GALLANTE

oil on canvas 14” x 36”

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LOS OJOS SUNSET
LOS OJOS SUNSET

oil on canvas 22” x 28”

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LOS OJOS FIELDS
LOS OJOS FIELDS

oil on canvas 26” x 32”

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RED STORM
RED STORM

monotype 12” x 18”

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VIOLET STORM
VIOLET STORM

monotype 12" x 18"

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BOSQUE DEL APACHE
BOSQUE DEL APACHE

drawing (digital print) 10” x 19 ½”

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LOS OJOS DAY
LOS OJOS DAY

linoleum block print 4 ½“ x 11 ¾“

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LOS OJOS NIGHT
LOS OJOS NIGHT

linoleum block print 4 ½ “ x 11¾ “

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LOS OJOS SUMMER
LOS OJOS SUMMER

pen & ink on paper 9” x 20”

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LOS OJOS WINTER
LOS OJOS WINTER

winter pen & ink on paper 9” x 20”

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TWO RAVENS
TWO RAVENS

oil on canvas 30” x 48”

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A MURDER
A MURDER

murder pen & ink on paper 18” x 24”

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RAVENS 1
RAVENS 1

pen & ink on paper 9” x 20”

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RAVENS 2
RAVENS 2

pen & ink on paper 9” x 20”

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RAVENS 3
RAVENS 3

pen & ink on paper 9” x 20”

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RAVENS 4
RAVENS 4

pen & ink on paper 9” x 20”

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RAVENS 5
RAVENS 5

pen & ink on paper 9” x 20”

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RAVENS 6
RAVENS 6

pen & ink on paper 9” x 20”

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RAVENS 7
RAVENS 7

pen & ink on paper 9” x 20”

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Living in the landscape just outside my studio door, for a quarter of a century, has taught me the truth of Nez Perce Chief Joseph’s words: “The earth and myself are of one mind.” 

 

Year after year I draw and paint the same old
fences and fields
and adobe houses,
the returning sunflowers and all-knowing ravens, in
undiminished wonder.

 

Richard Diebenkorn visited northern New Mexico once from California, and went home saying he couldn’t paint the landscape, it was already painted.

 

If you stick around though, it teaches you how.