The allure of Sedona’s landscape paintings is undeniable, but amidst the vast array of colorful artwork prints, one stands out as truly unique and extraordinary. “Rabbit Ears,” aptly named for its distinctive formation, is a radiant masterpiece that captures the essence of the Southwest in a luminous display of colors.
Nestled close to the renowned Sedona Vortex of Bell Rock, this whimsical landscape is a sight to behold. As I traverse the Courthouse Butte Loop, the striking silhouette of Rabbit Ears beckons me from afar, drawing me closer with its magnetic charm.
The desert scene unfolds before me, bathed in the golden light of the setting sun. Prickly pear cacti dot the landscape, their vibrant hues adding to its allure. But the focal point of Rabbit Ears truly captures my imagination—a testament to the unique beauty of Sedona’s landscape formations.
As I gaze upon this distinctive masterpiece, I am reminded of Van Gogh’s brilliance, whose vibrant artwork continues to inspire generations. Indeed, Rabbit Ears is more than just a painting—it is a tribute to the extraordinary beauty of the Southwest and a testament to the power of art to captivate the soul.
Inspired by Van Gogh
Inspired by Van Gogh’s later works, I’m grateful to have started my career as an artist. I felt drawn to work with vivid color in this crazy world of my early years of painting. The images of this acrylic landscape painting give new meaning to the term ‘painted desert. ‘ This development came in a workshop with artist/teacher Bonnie Hartenstein here in Sedona, AZ. The sky you see here was done using both hands simultaneously.
“It must be good to die in the knowledge that one has done some truthful work…and to know that, as a result, one will live on in the memory of at least a few and leave a good example for those who come after.” ~Vincent Van Gogh