Colorado art show piece

Bewilderness is in the 38th Annual All Colorado Art Show at The Curtis Center for the Arts in Greenwood Village, Colorado which runs from July 10- August 28th. Eighty five pieces were selected from over 850 entries from more than 600 highly talented Colorado artists. The Curator and Juror both told me that they had a difficult time choosing pieces for the show because there was so much great art work submitted. I am honored to have had Bewilderness selected for this fine art show.

Rainy winters and the constant flow of salt springs often flood the Death Valley salt flats. Temperate winters are followed by searing summer heat that evaporates the water leaving interesting salt patterns.  Shapes, sizes, and textures change from one year to the next.  And so I often wander for miles to find the elusive photogenic subjects.  In this scene, the patchwork of mud and salt patterns is expansive.  The detail of the delicate salt crystals is shown in the foreground as the larger patterns fade into the background mountains.  The rising full moon adds drama.  The monochromatic blue color of the scene conveys peacefulness.