A big part of putting my paintings together in the studio is based off of my travels in the Southwest. One of my earliest trips into the Desert Southwest was with Glenn Dean. We traveled for a little more than two weeks visiting just about every great place in the desert, as well as many interesting locations that I hadn’t ever heard of until that trip. These painting road trips allow for direct study from nature, as well as opportunities to photograph the locations. Since that first trip, Glenn and I have logged thousands of hours on the road, painting together. This painting originated from a trail ride that we both experienced with some other artist friends. I was on horseback as well, but kept my camera close and snapped a few photos of my friends on horseback. A larger portion of the painting was created from my memory of the place, rather than copying any particular photograph. Artists have been painting their comrades for many years, and I am glad to participate in this tradition with this painting of Glenn. - Logan Maxwell Hagege
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