“Daybreak, Edward’s Ranch” (2013) by David Conn of Fort Worth, acrylic on canvas. Conn imagined a tree situated on a section of land near the Trinity River, beginning its life hundreds of years ago on land that was to become Edwards Ranch.
“Daybreak, Edward’s Ranch” (2013) by David Conn of Fort Worth, acrylic on canvas. Conn imagined a tree situated on a section of land near the Trinity River, beginning its life hundreds of years ago on land that was to become Edwards Ranch. Max Faulkner mfaulkner@star-telegram.com
“Daybreak, Edward’s Ranch” (2013) by David Conn of Fort Worth, acrylic on canvas. Conn imagined a tree situated on a section of land near the Trinity River, beginning its life hundreds of years ago on land that was to become Edwards Ranch. Max Faulkner mfaulkner@star-telegram.com

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