|Texas Hill Country Series|
On March 2nd, 1836, Texas declared independence from Mexico at Washington on the Brazos. This is the second painting in my "Independence Trail" series depicting the central Texas area around Chappell Hill and Independence, Texas. I'm told that an unusually wet winter contributed to the great abundance of wild flowers that year painting the hills in bright yellow Greenthread, Square-bud Primrose, red Indian Blankets, orange Texas Paintbrush and of course, the Texas State Flower, the Bluebonnet.
The Custom Frame, a $250 value, was also created by the artist.
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