When the Wind Had Wings by Bev Doolittle
A sense of movement and grace imbues this strongly horizontal work, inviting the viewer to start from the left and race forward to eventual flight. Inspired by an Indian Reservation at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains in Palm Springs, California, Bev Doolittle let her fingers and inspiration flow into a visual image imbued by the mood and mode of poetry.
It’s difficult to count all of the different horses in this long horizontal piece – the wind is strong as the horses race against it.
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