Canopy By The Yellow House
One with Others
Giant into the Wind
Canopy By The Yellow HouseCanopy by the Yellow House, 48" x 35", Oil on canvas, 2015A tree and sky-scape study, painted on site really looking but mingling with a fantasy space and a magic associated with this yellow house in Topanga.-Artist framed
One with OthersOne with Others, 60" x 36", Oil on canvas, 2016A towering Aspen creates a filigree that filters the sky above a few Eucalyptus. The subjects are defined by patterns that sparkle as abstract color fields. It keeps opening up to new discoveries as one looks at it.-Artist framed
Two TreesTwo Trees, 40" x 40", Oil on canvas, 2015In this work, the skies and clouds are an imaginary space, The two trees are allegorical for a couple in a active relationship. They are cohabiting, intertwined, they reach to each other, yet they are independent and unique.- Artist Framed, white shadow box
Three TreesThree Trees, 50" x 30", Oil on canvas, 2016For me, this was the most successful of this tree series. Three Trees' branches and leaf patterns create latticed pattern fields, much like a Jackson Pollack, that wonderful feeling of looking up into the tree and day dreaming. This painting offers a opportunity for wonderful experiences. It's realistic referents are nice footholds, while the abstractions of color and pattern open it up for much discovery.
Giant into the WindGiant into the Wind • 48” x 35.5” • Acrylic on canvas • ©2015A great conifer reaches up into the sky and appears to levitate as its base is enveloped in fog.
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