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    Oil painting on Archival Canvas in a Black Metal Floater Frame.

    $3,400

    This painting is part of my Ecological Landscape series. This dune field has the tallest dunes in North America and spreads across 30 square miles. This high-altitude desert environment is surrounded by nine other ecosystems found in the Great Sand Dunes National Park. Scientists believe the dunes began forming less than 450,000 years ago. Who knows what climate change will do to this fragile ecological system.

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    Name of Artist Tom Stevens
    Country United States
    Media Oil
    Width (inches): 60
    Height (inches): 40
    Painting Genre: Representational: Landscape / Nature

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