Blue Jay in the Desert
by Charlie Thomason / Bleachwave
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A blue jay would die in the desert. It would take years for it to adapt to that kind of climate and environment, and there are far too many native desert creatures that would prey upon it. The background of this watercolor and ink painting is Monument Valley, Utah, and is adapted from a photograph seen in my book, "Open Range: From Monument Valley to the Mojave Desert." Read more about it at: http://blog.bleachwave.com/new-art-bl...