"Mesilla" (Original) By Charles Ash

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The Stand Of Cottonwoods Along The Rio Grande Near The Village Of Mesilla In Southern New Mexico. Bosque Is The Spanish Term For The Riverside Environment Of Cottonwoods And Willows. It Is What Makes The Rio Grande In New Mexico So Special.

Another Of The Painting-A-Day Series Of Small Watercolors Using Loose Watercolor Washes Quickly Over A Very Rough Paper.11" X 7" Image Size, Matted And Ready To Frame.

About The Artist:
I Have Been Living In Santa Fe, New Mexico For The Past 30 Years. In Addition To My Artwork, I Am A Practicing Architect With My Firm Allied Arts. I Studied Architecture At The University Of Arizona; A Curriculum That Heavily Emphasized Sketching, Drawing And Presenting Ideas In An Expressive Manner. During My Studies I Was Introduced To Watercolors Which Have Become A Lifelong Pursuit And Pleasure.

I Love Working Quickly With The Paint, Looking For The Spontaneity And The Happy Accidents That Occur With A Rough Watercolor Paper. My Watercolors Range From Landscapes That Expresses The Beauty And Quiet Enjoyment Of The Southwest To Figurative Works That Ex��Press A Dynamic Quality; Using The Figure As An Opportunity To Introduce Color And Motion. The Lack Of Faces In My Figurative Pieces Has Developed Into A Signature Feature Of My Work. In Each Approach I Rely On The Quality Of Light And Shadow To Give A Bold Quality To My Work.

Product Specifications

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Width
11.0" 
Height
7.0" 
Designer
Charles Ash 
Category
Originals And Limited Editions  
Style
Contemporary 
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Product Description

The Stand Of Cottonwoods Along The Rio Grande Near The Village Of Mesilla In Southern New Mexico. Bosque Is The Spanish Term For The Riverside Environment Of Cottonwoods And Willows. It Is What Makes The Rio Grande In New Mexico So Special.

Another Of The Painting-A-Day Series Of Small Watercolors Using Loose Watercolor Washes Quickly Over A Very Rough Paper.11" X 7" Image Size, Matted And Ready To Frame.

About The Artist:
I Have Been Living In Santa Fe, New Mexico For The Past 30 Years. In Addition To My Artwork, I Am A Practicing Architect With My Firm Allied Arts. I Studied Architecture At The University Of Arizona; A Curriculum That Heavily Emphasized Sketching, Drawing And Presenting Ideas In An Expressive Manner. During My Studies I Was Introduced To Watercolors Which Have Become A Lifelong Pursuit And Pleasure.

I Love Working Quickly With The Paint, Looking For The Spontaneity And The Happy Accidents That Occur With A Rough Watercolor Paper. My Watercolors Range From Landscapes That Expresses The Beauty And Quiet Enjoyment Of The Southwest To Figurative Works That Ex��Press A Dynamic Quality; Using The Figure As An Opportunity To Introduce Color And Motion. The Lack Of Faces In My Figurative Pieces Has Developed Into A Signature Feature Of My Work. In Each Approach I Rely On The Quality Of Light And Shadow To Give A Bold Quality To My Work.

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