This painting was done on location in the Sierra Nevadas around April or May 1987, when the snow drifts had almost melted away and the passes were opened up. This was the time I usually planned my trips to cut through the mountains and drive down to the desert on my favorite highway 395. I sold this painting online a few years ago, but you can buy prints of it here.
I graduated from the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts, in Newark, New Jersey in 1968 and won several state and local shows in the early seventies, including 1st place in oils at the Garden State Art Center in 1971, 1st place for Watercolor at the Red Bank Festival of Arts in 1972 and an Honorable Mention in the Emerging Artists exhibit at Rutgers University in 1973. I have had numerous one-man shows in both New Jersey, California and Georgia and has exhibited in many fine galleries as well in California, Scottsdale, Arizona, Santa Fe, New Mexico and Georgia. In 2007, had a watercolor exhibit at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, GA called "Four Corners". This collection of some 30 plein air watercolors from the...
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