This is one of my very favorite paintings. Watercolor 22 x 30.
This painting was inspired by a favorite poem: Time is but the stream I go a-fishing in. I drink at it, but while I drink, I see the sandy bottom and detect how shallow it is. It’s current slides away, but eternity remains. I would drink deeper, fish in the sky, whose bottom is pebbly with stars. Thoreau Watercolor 22 x 30.
Watercolor 22 x 30.
This piece is a pair, if you like, with Aquatic II. Watercolor 29 x 18 including matt.
San Francisco is such an inspiration and has so many interesting shapes to explore. Watercolor 22 x 30.
This piece is a pair, if you like, with Aquatic I. Watercolor 29 x 18 including matt.
This is another case of playing with puddles of paint and seeing where it takes you. Watercolor 22 x 30.
The title comes from the feeling of garbage floating in the water that I see in this piece. Do you see the sea turtle? Watercolor, collage 28 x 30 including the matt.
The fissures are one of the things I enjoy about the beautiful boulders that make up the cliffs on the shore of Lake Tahoe. Watercolor 30 x 22.
Abstract art isn't simply a lack of realism. It's rather a heightened depiction of what the subject really is.