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turquoise

Reminiscent of the Caribbean Sea or a soothing tropical paradise, the turquoise mineral was mined by many ancient civilizations from the Egyptians to the Aztecs. The color, found as well in peacock feathers, certain butterflies and exotic fish, was certain to find its way onto the palettes of artists throughout the ages.  Erin Hanson employs this calm and soothing color to capture the grandeur of big skies and big waters in locations such as: Big Sur, Pebble Beach, Seventeen Mile, Torrey Pines, Lake Tahoe and Borrego Springs, to name a few.

turquoise

Reminiscent of the Caribbean Sea or a soothing tropical paradise, the turquoise mineral was mined by many ancient civilizations from the Egyptians to the Aztecs. The color, found as well in peacock feathers, certain butterflies and exotic fish, was certain to find its way onto the palettes of artists throughout the ages.  Erin Hanson employs this calm and soothing color to capture the grandeur of big skies and big waters in locations such as: Big Sur, Pebble Beach, Seventeen Mile, Torrey Pines, Lake Tahoe and Borrego Springs, to name a few.

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