Arriving In The Old West

Pecos River

Pecos River

Lilibeth Andre, Twin Sisters Morning, oil, 12x16

Lilibeth Andre, Twin Sisters Morning, oil, 12×16

Tall boot shopping

Tall boot shopping

Driving to West Texas has given me a little bit more winter. The first stop was the Pecos River. A beautiful green with white banks. A quiet highway and a nice lookout point was inviting. The breeze was just enough to remind me what it’s like to be out with the wind in my face.

I did my first painting the next day. The Twin Sisters shined with the warm morning rays of the crisp morning. I painted until I felt it was complete. The thing about being ‘on vacation’ is that I am off the clock so I have no idea when I started or when I stopped. I just went with the flow, and that is a fantastic feeling.

The town is inviting and so western. I went to visit the shops, the galleries and some of the natural sights.

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About The Artist

Houston, Texas A classical artist and writer that delves in sustainability issues and natural health practices.
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