8” x 10”
Oil on Canvas
Very early in the morning, I often walk to the market in Zihuatanejo. It is bustling with activity as the local people walk from store to store filling their brightly-colored bags with fresh fruits, vegetables, cheeses and tortillas. Many towns in Mexico are arranged so their residents can live without a car to take them to their markets, banks and hospitals. And there are small buses for those who are not able to walk. This painting is about all that, and it is about the long shadows created by the morning sunlight.
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