I looked up and noticed that what I thought was a photograph was actually a watercolor painting. I’d admired this framed piece on the wall of the condo where we’re staying in Heavenly Valley, Tahoe. It resembled what my husband and I wanted to put on the wall of our family room, a photo from Lake Tahoe that is divided into three parts. Yet even though I’ve admired this piece for several days, I never noticed that it was a watercolor painting entitled “The Triptych.” I looked closely to see that the artist was Bill Jewell.
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