Reliving Alamos moments, hour after hour, one brush stroke at a time.
Anders Tomlinson is working on a series of Alamos, Sonora, Mexico paintings.
Here are some that are completed and others in progress.
Summer Morning in the Plaza… completed.
A man on a summer walk through history... 24 x 36 inches, acrylics.
Some Dream of Ruins… completed.
Days of old linger on Calle Comercio, 36 x 48 inches, acrylics.
History Speaks… completed.
High water marks from a flood 240 years ago... 24 x 30 inches
Long Shadow… completed.
Rings Of Time
Subject and shadow, a moment here and gone, 24 x 30 inches, acrylics.
Columns of plaster support heavy burdens, 24 x 30 inches, acrylics.
Army of One… completed.
Springtime and the eating is colorful and good. 24 x 30 inches, acrylics.
Wall with a View… in progress.
Old and new create a timeless view. 36 x 48 inches, acrylics.
Stairway to the Future… in progress.
A student finishes his computer lessons. 36 x 48 inches, acrylics.
Waiting for Tomorrow … completed.
The southwest corner of the Old Miners' Hotel, 24 x 30 inches.
Living with the Dead … in progress.
First of a palette knife series on Alamos, 24 x 30 inches..
Vistas Beyond… working sketch.
San Bernardo Mountain and the Church. 24 x 36 inches, acrylics.
Compression and Impressions
… working sketch.
Mirador and Cacharamba from the east. 24 x 30 inches, acrylics.
Resurrection Again… completed. Maia Hanson collection.
Another paint job for a proud house... 36 x 48 inches, acrylics.
To see more Anders Tomlinson art work visit artfeats.com and tule-lake.com
To see paintings Anders finished in 2010.
To watch Anders paint visit Elemental: The Lava Dogs and Dancers.
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