Pyramid Lake Nevada art map painting

Pyramid Lake is “the desert’s answer” to Lake Tahoe”, which is located about fifty miles (80 km) away, and roughly the same size. The lake’s eerie, alkaline/saline water is famous for having few fish – But the ones there tend to be record-breaking monsters! It is a remnant of the vast ancient inland sea which once covered North America’s interior “Great Basin”.

 

The four-panel work uses harsh browns to color the lake itself (somewhat resembling the gray-brown of the lake’s water), with fiery reds and pinks between each mirrored pair, symbolic of its stark high-altitude desert surroundings. The green spot (as painted) is Anejo Island, the lake’s largest.

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24″x24″ acrylic on stretched canvas
(four 12″x12″ canvasses, 5/8″ spreaders)

$250.00

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