I love when the seasons change and right on schedule the temps are starting to dip as Christmas approaches. Now for a little snow to cap off the holiday events. However I don’t think that will happen this year. It has been dry, dry, dry in the West. I see my friends in California watch as their houses burn this past week and it saddens me.
Here in the mountains of Prescott we should be having snow, but all we get are the dreaded winds and more draught. I hold my breath hoping we do not suffer what California is going through right now.
So I go on with the season praying that Christmas cheer will abound and that winter snows will come and that I get all my commissions completed in time for gift giving. As an artist I can paint as much snow as I want and surround myself with paintings of snow, but I am dreaming of making snow angels and snow ball fights.
Musing about snow, one painting at a time…
March of the Trees
9″ X 12″ acrylic on vellum paper, matted in white to 12" X 16" and ready to frame.