ROCKY MOUNTAINS | NORTHEASTERN NEW MEXICO
ADOBES, RAPIDS AND ASPEN GROVES | LINDY COOK SEVERNS ART
Southwest landscape painter Lindy Cook Severns painted the snow-capped peaks and swollen streams of the Rockies long before she became known as a Big Bend artist. Taos and Santa Fe have been frequent vacation spots for the Texas artist, with adobes of northeastern New Mexico represented in Lindy's portfolio as both studio paintings as also, artworks done on location, en plein air.
The Weimunche Wilderness of Southern Colorado and the Pecos Wilderness of northeastern New Mexico have been campsites for many of the Severns' tents; Aspen and Telluride were regular flight destinations. Summer, fall, winter or spring, the Rocky Mountains have beckoned, and this intimacy with the southwest landscape is reflected in the pastel landscape artist | oil painter's richly colored canvases.
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