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Aspen Eyes 1, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 1, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 13, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 13, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 7, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 7, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 2, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 2, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 12, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 12, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 11, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 11, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 6, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 6, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Knitscape Standoff, 2009, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The Knitscape series of prints was created in conjunction with the Knitscape-Cedar Lee installation during which nearly 200 parking meters were covered in crocheted cozies.  The project was sponsored by Heights Arts.

Knitscape Standoff, 2009, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The Knitscape series of prints was created in conjunction with the Knitscape-Cedar Lee installation during which nearly 200 parking meters were covered in crocheted cozies. The project was sponsored by Heights Arts.

Aspen Eyes 4, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 4, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Original Watercolor painting of a spring aspen forest in Colorado, trees fill this scene, with greens, yellows, and blues as the primary color palette.  http://www.lynncyrus.com/Art/Lynn-Cyrus-Watercolors/31510217_2ztKs5#!i=2761601074&k=gvbGmKv

Original Watercolor painting of a spring aspen forest in Colorado, trees fill this scene, with greens, yellows, and blues as the primary color palette. http://www.lynncyrus.com/Art/Lynn-Cyrus-Watercolors/31510217_2ztKs5#!i=2761601074&k=gvbGmKv

Aspen Eyes 14, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 14, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 9, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 9, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 16, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Aspen Eyes 16, 2008, by Carol Hummel (www.carolhummel.com) The eyes of the Aspen trees are beautiful and mysterious. This work on paper is one in a series created during my Colorado Art Ranch residency in Steamboat Springs.

Artwork by one of our dear friends, Carol Hummel.  Have this one framed in our lower level.

Artwork by one of our dear friends, Carol Hummel. Have this one framed in our lower level.

Contemporary Abstract Landscape Art, Birch Trees, Aspen Trees, Tree Painting Textured Modern  Painting, Ready to Hang 36" x 24". $375.00, via Etsy.

Contemporary Abstract Landscape, Birch and Aspen Trees, Tree Painting Textured Modern Painting, art by Susie Tiborcz x

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