Fine Art Images from the American Southwest

Tag: Paint

Glyphs, Signs, Rio Grande Del Norte

Glyphs, signs, an encrypted language, lines of code? in the Chaco Culture National Historical Park, NM. I have no clue what, who, or why? It spoke to me so I made an image! Thanks for looking. Be safe out there this weekend. G

Glyphs, signs, an encrypted language in the Rio Grande Del Norte?

Wall Paint, Patina, Holman, NM

Wall paint, patina on a building in Holman, NM looks like a painting. When I first spotted this, out of the corner of my eye, I thought the little blue and rust colored spots were actual flowers. By the time the lichen and mold creep is finished with it’s work, this wall will be a masterpiece. Thanks for looking. G

Wall painting, patina, Holman, NM.

Pinto Pony, Llano De San Juan, New Mexico

Pinto pony, Llano De San Juan, New Mexico. Just off the High road to Taos, out of Peñasco is the hamlet of Llano. It is a favorite stop on the High road to Taos photo tour. This pinto/paint was the warmest looking creature around. Suffice to say, as we descended Highway 518 into Taos, the temperatures warmed up resulting in yesterdays photo of the day. Thanks for looking. G

Pinto pony, Llano De San Juan, New Mexico.

Paint Patina, Truchas, New Mexico

Paint patina, barn doors in Truchas, on the High Road to Taos, New Mexico. Many years ago I drove through Truchas when Robert Redford was filming the Milagro Beanfield War. This magical location still exudes the authenticity that is New Mexico. Thanks for looking. G

Paint patina, Truchas, New Mexico


Billboard Art, Somewhere In New Mexico

Billboard art, somewhere in New Mexico. Can’t recall where, as there is so much of this in the state. There is an endless supply of material for these kind of photos. So I put together this diptych of images from two separate areas of the billboard. I hope you like it and thanks for looking. G

Billboard Art, Somewhere In New Mexico

Peeling Paint, New Mexico Style

Peeling Paint, “New Mexico Style”. It’s everywhere and it wouldn’t be New Mexico without it. Old ways rule in New Mexico!!! IMHO. Thanks for looking. G

Peeling Paint, "New Mexico Style".