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One of the things that Edd Enders captures well is the undulating backroads of Montana. To capture these vast vistas, Edd drives out to find landscapes that inspire him. He then sketches the the scene, looking for compositional angles and adding details and color notes. Back in the studio, he lays down oil paint on the canvas – referring to the sketch – using nonrepresentational colors that are complementary and adding visual elements that draw the eye like roads, powerlines, and often birds. These two new paintings inspired by Swingley road just outside of Livingston, Montana, are iconic examples of how Edd captures the freedom and unique beauty of Montana road trips. Contact 406.222.4848 to see these and other Edd paintings.