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post #11 of Old 09-03-2015, 09:50 AM
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Sorry, didn't mean to step on toes. I am not Oregon Artist, but I am also from Oregon and live near the Painted Hills and felt compelled to chime in.
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Sorry, didn't mean to step on toes. I am not Oregon Artist, but I am also from Oregon and live near the Painted Hills and felt compelled to chime in.
My toes are fine Have you been to Newbury Craters? The obsidian flow is amazing. I have been working on a Smith Rocks painting for a year but can't get it right..
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My toes are fine Have you been to Newbury Craters? The obsidian flow is amazing. I have been working on a Smith Rocks painting for a year but can't get it right..
I have been to Newberry! In the early morning light it is absolute magic there! And I can't wait to see some of your Smith Rock work! I live across the highway from there and have a view of it out my living room window.

Oregon has such amazing scenery end to end, doesn't it!?
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Very nice - the rock in the water is my favorite!

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I have been to Newberry! In the early morning light it is absolute magic there! And I can't wait to see some of your Smith Rock work! I live across the highway from there and have a view of it out my living room window.

Oregon has such amazing scenery end to end, doesn't it!?
I took a Volcano and Earthquake class at my local CC did you know Smith Rocks are the ash flow from newberry? That's 30 miles away!
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