Title: Shasta Valley Hummocks and Horses
South of Black Mountain in northern Shasta Valley are rolling, golden hills called hummocks which were created when a great landslide on Mt. Shasta tumbled into the Shasta Valley. Over time they eroded into these curvaceous hills. The volcanic rocks on the crest of the foreground hill are visible remnants of that great landslide. The two horses, a bay and sorrel, that graze these hills are sturdy and healthy. Mt Shasta illuminates in the distance against a moody winter sky.
Original Medium: Oil
Size: 20"h X 28"w.