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John DePuy, Waterpocket Fold, Canyonland National Park

Curvilinear ink lines descent from the upper right to lower left. The lines form a canyon shape and are interwoven with blue and pink oval forms. At the lower center two blue pools form from right and let of the lines. A fir tree stands at the junction where the pools form. Though land based, the abstracted work is sensual and alludes to human sensuality.

John DePuy
Waterpocket Fold, Canyonland National Park, 2006
ink and watercolor on paper
40"H x 26 1/4" W
Gift of Gus Foster