“There is a quiet lonesomeness of the large Texas countryside, a beauty that quiets your thoughts and lets your eyes rest on natures’ bounty.” by Mary
Mid-Day in Texas is a charcoal drawing (8×10) that was done on Strathmore Bristol Vellum paper. We happened across this scene while on a country drive in the town of Ennis, Texas searching for patches of wildflowers. The field was dotted here and there with a few bluebonnets and weeds billowing from a soft breeze; it was the beauty of this quiet space that I wanted to capture and share in a drawing. Charcoal gave the smoothness that I was looking for, letting the soft atmosphere take over feel of the place.
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