Alice Leese

Glenn Springs

Oil on Panel, 11 x 14″

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More about Glenn Springs

Glen Spring, a reliable source of spring water in arid Big Bend, was named after the Anglo settler H.E. Glenn who was killed by Indians nearby.

Glenn Springs was a village where workers lived that made wax from the Candelilla plant.

We headed to the spring in the evening, painted for about and hour and a half then stayed until about 10pm looking for the naturally occurring lights that are near the spring.

Total dimensions: 17 x 20 x 1″

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Alice Leese

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Alice Leese

Leese grew up on the YT Ranch in Winkler County Texas, where she and her husband Rob live and work. She paints the landscape of the ranch that usually includes cows, cowboys, windmills, wildlife, the oil field, and the people who live there, presented in the present environment to illustrate the themes of conservation and adaptability. Leese’s work has been exhibited in museums and resides in collections around the country.

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