DescriptionSabino Canyon is a natural desert oasis located in the Santa Catalina Mountains, part of the Coronado National Forest in Tucson. During the Great Depression, 9 stone bridges were constructed over Sabino Creek along a 4.5 mile road that ascends from the bottom of the canyon to almost the top, a favorite trail for hikers and runners. Although Sabino Creek is dry most of the year, during the summer and winter rainy months the water flows abundantly down through the canyon and under the bridges to form pools of water that reflect the beautiful backdrop of Cottonwoods, cactus and stone boulders. During the fall, the Cottonwood trees turn a brilliant orange and red…the inspiration for my painting.
Original Framed Watercolor | 33” x 29.5” (image size 28”w x 21.5”h) | $2000 (Free Shipping)