“Gold and Glory – June Lake Loop”
20 x 24 inches, oil on linen panel
This is the latest in my series of Eastern Sierra cloudscapes, featuring different parts of the range and the dramatic sky effects that can be seen in the late afternoon. The featured mountain is Mt. Gibbs. This setting is visible when you enter the June Lake Loop at the north end off of highway 395. Grant Lake and Rush Creek will be on your left. I never tire of seeing these exciting displays, changing by the moment.
“Crystal Crag – Mammoth Lakes”
8 x 10 inches, oil on linen panel
Crystal Crag is an iconic granite structure towering over the Mammoth Lakes basin. It can be seen from Lake Mamie, Lake Mary, Lake George and Crystal Lake. The peak of the monolith is 10,364 feet high. This is a late summer/early autumn view.
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