The desert in winter
It's 65 degrees Fahrenheit, which is a nice reprieve after a stretch of windy, cold days. Joshua Tree can get quite cold, and every now and then it even freezes. We can get snow! I have lived in plenty of cold places (South Dakota, Colorado) and quite frankly I have had my share of cold weather. I prefer the heat, which is why the desert and I are so well suited.
Here's what I've been working on:
"Frightened." Charcoal on toned paper, 9 x 12 inches.
"Scary Monster." Oil on Canvas, 8 x 8 inches.
No, not very desert-like. I'm working on desert stuff, too, but none of it is dry enough to photograph yet.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.