Saturday, October 19, 2013

"California Backroads"

"California Backroads"
12" x 16" Pastel on Sandpaper
© Monique Straub
Central California backroads are a never ending source of inspiration for many artists. This beautiful scene was on the gravel road through Fort Hunter Liggett, leading to San Antonio de Padua Mission. Just adjacent to the Mission is another building that appears to be a huge cathedral, but was originally built as the personal hunting lodge of William Randolph Hurst. Quite an interesting drive, in an area that you would rarely notice when traveling, if not for the small sign on Highway 101.

"California Backroads" is offered framed in a wide, black, plein air style frame with gold liner and UV/non-glare museum glass. Ready to hang and enjoy. You may purchase here and have it shipped to your door, or purchase here and pick up at my studio/gallery and I will refund the shipping. $375 + $40 to ship anywhere in the continental US or Canada. Updated 2/25/15: Sold...and on its way to Oregon!

1 comment:

suepics said...

Your work just keeps showing more and more maturity. What a unique style you have. May God continue to bless your talent
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