In mid March of 2008, the Tonto National Forest in Arizona was full of blooms. Proof of abundant winter rains was everywhere. Hillsides were lined with fields of poppies, lupine, brittle bush and desert chicory. Within the shelter of the jojobas, coyote gourds flourished.
- Nancy Boudreau
acrylic painting on gessoed mat board, approximately 5" x 7"
signed, dated and comments on the back