Sunday, August 4, 2019

Harts Pass


"Harts Pass", 10 x 12 In, Oil on Museum Board

In June, on the way to the Plein Air Washington paint-out in Republic, Washington, we drove up the narrow gravel road to Harts Pass in the North Cascades west of Mazama, WA. This is said to be highest maintained road in the State of Washington (6,100ft) above the sea level, and is located in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. When we got back down the Ranger told us we were looking at Tatie Peak. It was chilly with patches of snow, but the most glorious place to paint out the back of the van.

This is from my series of palette knife paintings.

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