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Eaton Canyon painting – California landscape oil painting by Karen Winters

February 21st, 2011

“The Canyon Calls”
(Eaton Canyon, Pasadena/Altadena area)
9 x 12 inches oil painting on canvas
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Nourished by the waters gushing out of the San Gabriel Mountains, Eaton Canyon explodes into delirious bloom – the wild mustard in shades of yellow and purple duking it out with penstemon and purple nightshade. With each bend of the trail – through the nature center area or up in the wilder parts, new vistas are revealed. Watch out for rattlesnakes and poison oak, though. This is wild country – and only partly tamed by trailbuilders.

2 Comments »

  1. Oh, this is gorgeous!! Love how strong and lively the branches and flower heads are! Yum!!

    Comment by Wendee — February 22, 2011 @ 7:42 pm
  2. Do you remember when we drew and painted together that day and I left my palette at home and had to use a Fedex envelope? That seems SOOOO long ago!

    Comment by Karen — February 22, 2011 @ 7:51 pm

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