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- “Gift of Gold” for the Holiday Miniatures Show
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Monthly Archives: November 2014
Go Around 8″ x 24″ oil on canvas ©Tracy Wall Which way do you go? Go around Thanksgiving, and make it to Abend Gallery in November and catch the exhibit Denver: Under Construction. Happy Thanksgiving!! Advertisements
Sunrise Cranes 40″ x 40″ oil on gallery-stretched canvas ©Tracy Wall Yet another aesthetically pleasing view of construction. This one is based on some images I took of some construction at Denver International Airport in 2013. Just loved the way … Continue reading
One Way 12″ x 9″ oil on panel ©Tracy Wall One way to see the lovely side of construction: stop by Abend Gallery before November 30th, and see the show!
Scaffolding on Red 48″ x 36″ acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas ©Tracy Wall Another in the construction series. (part of the Denver: Under Construction exhibit) I simply loved the perspective and patterns of each floor of this scaffolding. Each rising floor … Continue reading
Crane Conversation 36″ x 24″ oil on gallery-wrapped canvas ©Tracy Wall I am part of a group exhibit at Abend Gallery titled Denver: Under Construction. Around Denver, there is tons of construction: residential (single family and high density), corporate, retail, … Continue reading