From April 2020, for a year, I posted on Facebook a painting each day as a brief diversion from the lockdowns and other bad news this year. Neglecting my weblog, I’ll post in the coming days some of my better posts.

“Tuolumne”, 20×30, acrylic on canvas

Tuolumne Meadows, one of my favorite spots and campgrounds in the high Sierra Nevada mountains, is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, hikers, rock climbers, fishermen, and artists.

I still remember my first visits when I was a child of around 10 years old. One of the largest high-elevation meadows in the Sierra Nevada, Tuolumne Meadows at 8,600 feet has been also among the most visible to past pioneers, and present visitors and scientists.

Within Tuolumne Meadows, the Tuolumne River meanders quietly through its meadow channel against a backdrop of rugged mountain peaks and glacially carved domes. 

From the “Studio Garáž” is an old acrylic, but still favorite, I painted in the early 2000’s. I also produced limited edition prints of this piece.