The Sheltering Peaks

The Sheltering Peaks

Artist: Phyllis Anderson


30 x 24 / AcrylicThis painting of the Continental Divide was done from a photo I'd taken in March in Fraser, CO. When I finished the painting in early April, cases of covid-19 in Grand County were holding at 4. Compared to other places, it seemed the Fraser river valley was a place of refuge, that the mountains act as a barrier metaphorically (and actually, thanks to social distancing). The vibrant color adds to the optimism this piece embodies.

Collections: Strange Times

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