Sunday, February 3, 2019

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Google+ accounts and pages will be shut down April 2nd, says Google. 

*Teresa Dominici Art Blog*, will be deleted on April 2, 2019, by Google.

To see my most current work and read my travel adventures I invite you to follow me on my Fan page on Facebook, Teresa Dominici Art Gallery.
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Friday, December 14, 2018

The Courthouse Towers Painting by Teresa Dominici

Arches National Park near Utah as the names illustrates is a park with arches, spires, balanced rocks, sandstone fins, and eroded monoliths that have been formed due to the evaporate layer. Arches National Park was established on 12th of April 1929. The total area of the Arches National Park is about 76,679 acres.

In the arches national park there is a lot to see including Delicate Arch, Fiery Furnace, Double Arch, Windows, Landscape Arch, Devils Garden Trailhead, Double O Arch, Park Avenue Trail, Balanced Rock Trail, Sand Dune Arch, Partition Arch, Skyline Arch, Broken Arch, Visitor Center, Tower of Babel, Wolfe Ranch Rock Art, Upper Delicate Arch Viewpoint, Lower Delicate Arch Viewpoint, Tower Arch, Courthouse Towers and Salt Valley Roads. Landscape Arch is the longest of all the arches in the park. 

Most of the people review this park to be an amazing natural wonder of America. The trails leading to the Delicate Arch, Devil Garden Trailhead and Double O Arch are challenging  and require fitness. The Balanced Rock Trail is an easy one to go for along with the Sand Dune Arch which also provides shade on a sunny day.

Sunday, December 2, 2018

Elephant and Mount Kilimanjaro painting by Teresa Dominici

Mount Kilimanjaro 19,340' is Africa's highest peak. Kilimanjaro has become a major destination for mountaineers and trekkers from around the world.
The landscape on Kilimanjaro is very beautiful. The mountain can be divided into 5 climatic zones, each with its own fauna and flora.  The mountain is rich in flora and fauna. You get to see the various climatic conditions starting from the bush-land on the bottom of the mountain to the arctic ice region on top of the mountain. You have the tropical rain forests, the evergreen forests, the moorlands and the alpine desert regions in between.

Images of these great beasts with Kilimanjaro’s white summit as the backdrop are world-renowned. Much less familiar are the shy and rarely-seen elephants that dwell in the high forests. 

In the past, elephants roamed freely up and down the mountain. Now they run a treacherous gauntlet as more and more of the slopes are cultivated. When tempted by the succulent crops, wild animals such as the elephants and monkeys face poisonous traps, snares and spears.

These mighty beasts will lead us on a journey of exploration, adventure and revelation as we follow their footsteps up the Great White Mountain - Mount Kilimanjaro.
Mount Kilimanjaro (19,340') is Africa’s highest peak. - See more at:

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

The Golden Gate Bridge Painting

I am pleased with this painting "The Golden Gate Bridge", is a  4,200 foot long main suspension span was a world record that stood for 27 years. 

It is still the second longest in the United States after the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge which links Staten Island to Brooklyn in New York.