Pueblo Village IV
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Spanish mission churches were a series of religious outposts established on the sites of pueblos by Franciscan friars under charter from the monarchs of the Spanish Empire. Most were built in the 16th and 17th centuries throughout New Mexico with the goal of converting indigenous people to Christianity. Many are perched high atop mesas, surrounded by the homes of the pueblo people as seen here.
This work is part of my Southwest Abstractions series, inspired by the light, landscape and culture of the Land of Enchantment. More works can be seen on my other website: www.southwestabstractions.net. If you see something you like – even if it’s sold or if you would prefer it in another size – please contact me: Bonnie.Binkert@gmail.com
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Size or Dimensions
Acrylic on canvas, 12 x 12 inches; 13 x 13 inches, framed.
Framed in gold/black wood floater frame.
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