Old Baldy 10×14

Old Baldy is a hill top bluff that sits north of Lynch, Nebraska along the Missouri River.  Of all the bluff points this one seems to be bald of vegitation composed of limestone.  This was a noted landmark of Lewis and Clark during the 1803 visit.  Near here they had their first encounter with the Prairie Dog.  This is the third Plein Air painting I did that afternoon of the same image from slightly different view points. 

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Born in New Jersey but grew up in NE, Nebraska on the Winnebago Indian Reservation.  MFA in Art Education, Rhode Island School of Design '92.  Currently in my 30th year as a High School Art Teacher. I'm a fith Generation descendent of Asher B. Durand of the Hudson River School.  Primarily an acrylic landscape painter, I have been working in pastels for the past two years as a tool mostly for plein air painting.