8" x 10" oil on gessoed masonite
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My husband and I recently visited Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah. As I've posted before, the National Parks in Utah are unbelievable. There are so many of them; they're so large and scenic. If you want to just drive through them, or hike, or paint, or 4-wheel, or see the geology, or archeology, there really is something for everyone. Utah should be on everyone's bucket list. Anyway, Natural Bridges Park has 3 large bridges. This is a view of Kachina Bridge from the bottom of the canyon. Even though it is massive, it is considered the youngest of the 3 bridges because of the thickness of its span.
I did a quick value study of this with a "Sketch & Wash" pencil. The graphite in these is "washable", so when done shading, you wash over it w/ water to exaggerate the values.
The bridge is named for the Kachina dancers that play a central role in Hopi religious tradition.