The Sheltering Peaks
26 x 34 / Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas, unframed An abstract interpretation of a view of the Continental Divide from Tabernash, painted in 2020 during the pandemic lockdown. At that time, cases in Grand County were few, while Covid cases were in the thousands back east, where I was isolating at the time. I felt that the high peaks were protecting the Fraser River valley, providing shelter from this new disease.
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