"Tomales Point Trail, Point Reyes National Seashore Park" is framed and ready to ship to participate in the "Roadside USA" exhibition at the i.d.e.a. Museum in Mesa, AZ. Proud to participate, the curator said he chose my work because he wanted work that looked like it had actually been done on the road. It was.
Thanks very much to collector of this watercolor plein air painting. This is the Point Reyes, CA estuary, a most beautiful place full of birds, sea lions and peace. This was my first trip to the astounding Point Reyes National Seashore preserve, about 1.5 hours north of San Francisco. I hiked all over the area, and painted this sitting on a hill looking towards the cliffs, watching as the midday tide began to waft in. The gulls and seals were talking to me for the several hours while I painted.
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This very special art was created to hang in the office of a therapist who works with women who have eating disorders. The concept of self-love looms large, and the gold and copper swirls in the hair are a Celtic symbol that represents the strength of women. Acrylic on archival panel, with copper, gold and silver.
There's a fury happening in Hawaii right now - it's the Kilauea volcano. The images are startling and mysterious, and inspired this look at the roiling lava and extraordinary geology below the surface. I love Hawaii; I hope it will be fine.