Quenching the Land is a painting I made years ago -- I think before I even began this blog.
|Quenching the Land 16" x 20" / 41cm x 51cm|
It's no secret that deserts are hard-up for rain; thus, when it comes, it's such a blessing to the plants and animals that live there.
The scene features a grouping of monzogranite boulders in Joshua Tree National Park with its namesake Joshua trees and some yuccas in bloom. The painting is hanging in the Hi Desert Nature Museum in Yucca Valley, CA.
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