Today's painting is a scene from a lovely pond a short walk from our home. The Gore Mountain Range reflects into it's still waters and you are greeted by beautiful views of the Ten Mile Range that points the way to Breckenridge. In the fall the chamisa, sporting blankets of yellow and amber blooms, greets us along the way. In the name of progress it is being developed and will be sporting the bloom of homes instead. Until then we will enjoy it's pristine beauty and I will have the memory of it in my paintings. Another memory will be held in this painting for my "old" college friends, John and Barb, who have requested today's Little Gem be painted in memory of John's late sister, Lynette, who would have been 62. "She was a red headed positive lady who never complained of her pain and loved the beauty of the mountains and all nature." My love to you and your family!
Till tomorrow art fans, not a clue what I'm going to do! You will have to tune in to see :)