Shadow on Superstition Mountain By Rachel

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This is quite a stunning landscape we’re fortunate to be camped in! My painting is a product of true inspiration. Not just for the amazing awe inspiring subject before me, it represents a shift in consciousness. Coincidentally it happened on the same day the Dekota pipeline was officially declined access. Talk about inspiration! It took a lot for me to make this painting…hear me out. If not for the support and inspiration and strength of others it wouldn’t exist. It’s the product of so much more than me. Folks coming together to get shit done, is what I’m talking about. We can move mountains and pipelines!

 

 

3 thoughts on “Shadow on Superstition Mountain By Rachel

  1. Shadow on superstition mountain looks perfect. Gives me goosebumps. I can’t wait to see this one in person, Rachel. And I, too, was thrilled to tears by the Army Corps’ decision on the pipeline.

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  2. Very nice indeed! This palette is my fav! But that’s the southwest for you. I could live there, I think.

    On Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 12:31 PM, Plein Air Passage wrote:

    > Stock and Rachel Schlueter posted: ” This is quite a stunning landscape > we’re fortunate to be camped in! My painting is a product of true > inspiration. Not just for the amazing awe inspiring subject before me, it > represents a shift in consciousness. Coincidentally it happened on the same > da” >

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