Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Superstition Gold SOLD (Click here purchase on eBay)

Here's a piece that I started more than a year ago but just now finished and have put it in my eBay store for $450.00 This is an 16 x20 inch, oil on canvas, and is a scene of the Superstition Mountains at sunset, overlooking the city of Apache Junction below.
There's a great story that goes along with the Superstion Mountains. The Lost Dutchman's Mine is supposedly still hidden somewhere in the deep crevasses of it's walls. It is still hiding sacks of gold nuggets that were mined by Jacob Waltz in 1868 where he staked a claim on 160 acres on the north bank of the Salt River. Today there is a great state park that I have previously painted a few pieces from. Click on the image for a larger view.


Blogger Mike said...

Hey Mick . .

Beautiful stuff. Been watching your work for a few months and love what you do.

Thought you would like to know that I featured you in my blog to day with a few other artists . . .and added your link there too. I hope it serves you well.


10:18 AM  
Blogger Jo Castillo said...

This piece is super. The light is amazing. Great work, as always,

3:15 PM  
Blogger Helen Read said...

Once again, Mick, you've nailed the lighting and color ... just beautiful. Also, the story makes it that much more interesting!

5:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said... the back story too. Did you go searching?
Beautiful job on the sunlit the contrast with the shadows below.

8:30 AM  
Blogger les lull said...

I know exactly where this is at Mick. Nice piece.

3:37 PM  

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