Smith Rocks #3
From the "when Space Could Breathe" landscape series, focusing on places in the Oregon Outback once populated by Indians, trappers, robbers and bandits...
Smith Rocks got it's name from the old homestead tale of a man named Smith who was chased by either a posse or Indians ( the details differ depending upon who's telling the tale.) When he realized he was trapped at the top of these giant cliffs overlooking the Crooked River, he decided to jump rather than face impending capture.
Smith Rocks #3 is 20 inches high and 16 inches wide, on canvas mounted to hardboard.
This painting is now being offered at auction. To bid, visit here.
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