Ocotillo

Ocotillo, gouache, 9×12″, 2020, copyrighted with all rights reserved
Jean Krueger, $45 USD includes shipping.

Ocotillos, indigenous to the Sonoran Desert in Arizona and Mexico, are a plant with long, spiny leafed stems bearing flags of densely packed orange to red flowers at their tips. Their branches grow to 15-20 ft. high in tight clusters. Have you ever seen one?

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Published by Jean Krueger Fine Art

I'm a painter, I try to post daily to this visual journal.

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