1st Place Winner in Impressions of the Past, Present & Future Juried Art Exhibition
Original Acrylic Base with Oil Pastel
After walking around the rim of the Capulin Volcano National Monument in New Mexico, I noticed the juniper trees were growing mostly on the side of the volcano that had hardly any wind. This larger specimen was on the very edge of the rim, probably with its roots drilling very deep into the dry soil seeking out any moisture it could find, and to keep it from toppling over the edge, onto the ground 5,000 feet below.
|Dimensions||16 × 20 × 3 in|