YUMA PLATES

YUMA PLATES

Continuing to work on my Yuma material for the Centennial Celebration in April of next year. Today I did five new plates, some with the addition of “blood” splatter. Going to the kiln tomorrow.

WHEN 120 DOLLARS WAS GRAND LARCENY

“i had a telescope case in my pocket” 3 x 3 inches, acrylic on photopaper. George Bates Yuma Prisoner 1889 The Wellington Saloon was opened in 1902 by the McCoy family of Prescott, AZ. Just a few mornings after it opened, George Bates, a young man, made a...

MARY ELIZABETH JANE COLTER

“mary elizabeth jane colter” this painting derived from original photo of Mary Colter courtesy of the Grand Canyon National Park Service. 2.5 x 4 inches, acrylic on photo paper.Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter was an American architect who was hired by the Fred...

BARRIO LIBRE

Painting derived from original photograph by Patricia Sahertian. 2.5 x 4 inches, acrylic on photo paper.  Painting derived from original photograph by Patricia Sahertian. 2.5 x 4 inches, acrylic on photo paper. Standing amid tumbling adobe structures and...

HIGHER LEARNING

“unknown boy” 2.5 x 4 inches, acrylic on photo paper.For the accompanying portrait to the Marist College I am using a created character in this Mexican boy to pose as one of the Marist College alumni. Marist College, a grammar and junior high school was...

MARIST COLLEGE, TUCSON

Painting derived from original photograph by Patricia Sahertian. 2.5 x 4 inches, acrylic on photo paper.Heading south to Tucson for a look at old adobe construction, our first stop is right off the highway. The Marist College is a landmark building in Tucson, Arizona...