This is an absolutely amazing video, showing an elephant painting. It's a little slow in the beginning, but you will be astounded as it goes on. I'm envious because the elephant can draw better than I can.
To see some news stories and other paintings, just go to www.youtube.com and type in "elephant painting."
About three hundred yards from my house is a lake, named, The Pond. (It is bigger than a pond, so I'm not sure why they didn't call it, The Lake, but it was done years ago, so I am not going to fight it now.) I go over there quite often to take photos as the light changes on the water and the mountains. This was one early morn a few weeks ago, at first light. The large mountain on the left is Mt. Evans, (14,240 feet) one of 54 peaks in Colorado over 14,000 feet. There is a paved road all the way to to top. The highest paved road in America. It is a wonderful drive, but with no guard rails, a narrow road in spots, and very steep drop offs, it is a thrill ride at times.
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“...one doesn't paint a landscape, a seascape, a figure; one paints the effect of a time of day on a landscape, a seascape, or a figure.” --Edouard Manet
Seated Nude, 1973
21 X 25 inches, oil on canvas
45 X 55 inches, oil on canvas
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