Painting Peru (photo montage)

In 2014 some neighbors we met from down the street came by my house and said they saw me painting in the garage. They wanted to commission me to paint several small paintings for them. His wife was from Peru and wanted some mementoes of Peruvian art. They gave me some pictures they wanted painted and I said I would try. After a couple of weeks, I had them done. They were pleased and I was happy to get a paid painting job. I don’t remember all the names of the objects. Perhaps you might know. One was a famous beach and another was a famous canyon, as deep or deeper than the Grand Canyon.

Peruvian Art

Meaningful home memories

Paintings on the wall

Paintings: Dwight L. Roth

46 thoughts on “Painting Peru (photo montage)

  1. Such amazing work and the detail in those paintings, oh my word, that last one especially is stunning. It must have been challenging for sure, and you never know what can happen when you push out of your comfort zone. Eob2 is right about that, it’s how we grow.

    Beautiful paintings and words. ❀

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  2. Wonderful art Dwight πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘πŸ‘
    Love the shades, and the painting of the canyon looks better than the original photograph too. You are amazing with so many things, so inspiring!

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  3. You are an unbelievably remarkable artist! I can never imagine how people create such masterpieces with their fingers. Amazing paintings! Am sure your neighbours were more than delighted πŸ˜€

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  4. sadly I never got to South America so I can’t help identify these lovely works. How delightful for them and you to join through art .. you did well and I’m sure they are most grateful for these reminders of her home πŸ™‚

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