Painting the seasons of New Mexico

Trees are a favorite subject in any landscape and I like to revisit trees I've painted at different times of the year, sometimes adding new elements to the landscape.  The changing seasons have dramatic effects on deciduous trees shown here in their autumn splendor and earlier,  dressed in their spring foliage. I often take a camera with me on my walks so that I can refer back to the images when I'm working in my studio.  

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