A dancer’s joyous movement is captured in mid-swirl in Jubilee, a 16 x 12 original oil painting by Steve Henderson. With the flaming bright red skirt of a flamenco dancer, Jubilee’s figure is set outside, in the Southwest, surrounded by the majestic rocks of a canyon.
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The Pataha (Puh-TAH-Haw) is a hidden canyon region in Washington State. While frequently associated with wet and rainy Seattle, Washington encompasses landscapes of many hues and varieties, including everything from mountains to meadows, canyons to coast.
Exposé, a view of the Oregon Coastline at low tide, glows from the pages 47 of the October 2010 issue of Southwest Art Magazine. Part of a special section for the Oil Painters of America, Exposé leads the viewer in a wending fashion from the interior of the beach to the misty outreach of surf in the distance.