“The mountains are calling and I must go” – John Muir
This series speaks to what attracts us to the mountains – their pristine beauty, peaceful nature, commanding yet calming presence and history. And with the pandemic and limited travel being a necessity, art can connect one to a sense of place such as the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
Most of these images were taken at Rocky Mountain National Park and layered with acrylic paints, pastels, pencils and authentic vintage ephemera (including park maps, brochures, and RMNP book pages from the early to mid-1900s as well as mid-century Colorado magazine clippings and ads) hidden throughout each piece. If you weren’t able to make it to the park this year, this series has you covered.
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