Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall. – F. Scott Fitzgerald
It is the time of year for yellow. Dozens of landscape paintings remind us to celebrate this season of change in the Southwest. In Emil Bisttram’s Indian Summer (above), the aspens share their glory in bright, sunny patches of gold, with a hint of orange. Crossing the Stream, by E. Martin Hennings, catches a quiet moment beside this autumnal flash of yellow and evergreen (below).
We hope you will get a chance to enjoy the rush of color this season – up in the mountains, out in the sculpture garden, and on the gallery walls. Happy October!