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Painting: Acrylic on Canvas, Wood.
This painting was named after a warm dry westerly wind, that blows off the Rocky Mountains.
I painted this piece on unstretched canvas, while in Mexico (so that I could roll it up and fit it into a tube, on the plane). When I returned home, I had it glued to a 1/2" wood panel, which is set upon a 1" frame. This process is called marouflage. The wood is painted white.
The dimensions are approximate, as the wood panel was hand cut.
Size: 31.5 W x 40.5 H x 2 in
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