Watercolors of Cabot's Pueblo Museum
Watercolors are wonderfully portable and allow me to wander the beautiful grounds of the Museum and paint plein-aire style. I am completely charmed by the buildings and grounds, painting possibilities are everywhere.
Mesquite Tree and trunk
This is a view of the back of the Gallery and one of Curator Edna Wells charming landscape arrangements.
Palo Verde and Cactus
This is the front courtyard. It was a very bright sunny day so I chose to leave a lot of white to help convey that.
This is from the back of the main building shaded by a huge old mesquite tree. It has been made even more charming with the addition of old chairs and potted plants.
This is a view of the Mother's House and the Pyramid. The sign for the Weather Rock can be seen in the foreground. The path was especially intriguing to me.