Thursday, July 25, 2013

Over Idaho

This was painted from memory after a cross country flight. I always try to get a window seat and then have a stiff neck for a couple of days after. Many artists have been enthralled with those aerial views of the American West. There is something so fascinating in seeing the things built and planted by man juxtaposed on the organic shapes of the landscape.
watermedia on paper 30x22

work in my studio

1 comment:

Micros said...


Yes, very enjoyable.

It's all a matter of language and how interpretation occurs. Juxtaposed elements, color, line, vibrational tone, emotion, balance. . .

We are all story tellers noting our passage thru time.