"One of my inspirations is the cubist artist Ed Mell, who painted southwest landscapes. I have always been inspired by his bold use of shapes and colors. This painting "Landslide" began as an idea to make something difficult to overcome, but optimistic at the same time. I titled it "Landslide" after the Fleetwood Mac song, that talks about overcoming loss and moving on. This piece reminds me that even though the journey might be difficult, it is always worth it to overcome. I started this painting by drawing a few sketches and selecting colors in threes. I tried to balance the weight of each color with contrasting shapes and colors. The coolest part of the process is adding in the details at the end, and imagining being inside the painting."

- Brandon Allebach

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Prayers Riding the Thermals - ArtLifting
Artwork: Prayers Riding the Thermals by Cheryl Kinderknecht, Temple by Jeff Diener