In Spring of 2016 I visited Parque Condor in Ecuador where the handlers take birds out to fly around town (meaning Otavalo). My family and I sat around a large amphitheater that looms over the Otavalo valley. I got to see these American Bald Eagles and other birds of prey take wing and return onto their handler's hands minutes later. It was a true spectacle.
That experience was my inspritation.
My inspiration for this painting is memories of my family enjoying Holidays in the Lake District of England and experiencing such colors green in such a historic place.
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I had a great time teaching the new Graduates of Wayzata High School from 1:30 to 4:30 am for there all night Party. And it was great having help from Cloe, my daughter Michelle, and her friend Derick.
I was invited to Middle East about 8 years ago, I was very nervous. I had so many preconceptions because of what I heard in the news. But upon my arrival to Muscat, Oman I was shocked, I found myself in another world of incredibly beauty. In my mind I felt like I was sitting on a magic carpet viewing an incredible culture. The brilliant warmth of the sun was intoxicating. The city is full of color and shining whiteness that extends to architecture. The houses and buildings look like an illustration of Arabian Nights, balconies and parapets carved into stone filigree, doorways and windows ornately arched. And the people were beautiful too so I had to paint what I felt.