This is my colorized version of an ink painting I made titled "roadkill flattery" from my solo 2006 Residency exhibition.
It was painted nine years before I moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico with my partner.
The hot air balloons are reminiscent of Albuquerque, that being said Aja and I do not hang out naked on the Sandia mountains during hot air balloon season, the temperatures can be below freezing.
This high quality canvas print is made with HP latex inks, producing a crisp, color-saturated photo reproduction on fine-textured brilliant-white canvas, stretched by hand on a spruce wood frame.
• Hand-stretched for optimum tautness
• Superb print definition
• Available in five sizes each custom cropped by the artist