Adam Boulter


Dana, Jordan

2013

The ancient village of Dana sits at the top of a valley with 1500m cliffs cut into the escarpment of the Great Rift Valley. The valley seems to collect any passing weather system and so is lush with an ever changing light. When the mists and dust rolls back, you can see over the planes of Sodom and Gomorrah and into Israel.

 On the Edge of Dana looking towards the Rift Valley,
Oil on Linen, 61cm x 91cm
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On the Edge of Dana looking towards the Rift Valley,
Oil on Linen, 61cm x 91cm
SOLD
 Looking towards Dana,
Oil on Linen,
91cm x 61cm
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Looking towards Dana,
Oil on Linen,
91cm x 61cm
SOLD
Towards Dana,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 28cm
Towards Dana,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 28cm
Towards Dana,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 28cm
SOLD
Towards Dana,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 28cm
SOLD
Edge of the Rift Valley
pastel on paper, 28cm x 37cm
Edge of the Rift Valley
pastel on paper, 28cm x 37cm
Dana Valley afternoon,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 28cm
Dana Valley afternoon,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 28cm
Dana Valley afternoon,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 28cm
Dana Valley afternoon,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 28cm
Dana Valley afternoon,
pastel on paper, 28cm x 37cm
Dana Valley afternoon,
pastel on paper, 28cm x 37cm
Gully in Dana Valley,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 28cm
Gully in Dana Valley,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 28cm
Head of Dana Valley, 
pastel on paper, 37cm x 56cm
Head of Dana Valley,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 56cm
Dana Valley evening,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 56cm
Dana Valley evening,
pastel on paper, 37cm x 56cm