Alice Leese

Mariscal Mine

Oil on Panel, 9 x 12″

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The Mariscal Mine, which was set up to process ore for quicksilver, now sits in ruins. The site is fun to paint, but hard to get to. A high clearance 4×4 is the only way.

On this outing, shade was the main priority, so we set up close to the larger ruins and looked down on the valley to this small structure.

Total dimensions: 15 x 18 x 1″


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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