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A Falling Tree

Embracing my emotions... letting the paint flow loosely, less precisely...


My watercolors (and then acrylics) began moving toward abstraction - became more about patterns and repetition, focusing on the essence and feeling of the memory.

Yet, the subject matter always varied.  I have loosely arranged them into ten different collections.

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After moving to acrylic and abstraction, I wanted my paintings to be looser, vaguer, without giving up the subject.

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Water & Space

It's always changing. Start with one and end up with the other.  In the end, the painting defines itself.

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The archival footage of the atomic tests in the Pacific was riveting and unforgetable.

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By definition, things you try that don't last are experiments (everything starts as an experiment).

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Iceland itself was abstract.  And it continues to provide inspiration.

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New Zealand

Conveying movement continues to challenge.

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Friends are invaluable.  They provide (among other things) encouragement, perspective, and inspiration.

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Italy / Sicily / Tuscany

Beautiful scenery (beaches, salt flats, sunsets, Mt. Etna) some of it expected, much of it not.  But all of it begging to be painted.

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So much of Africa defies expectation. Many go to see the animals.  I went (and will return) for the spectacular scenery.

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South America:

Chile and Argentina, huge and hugely varied, in terrain, culture, weather, you name it.  From the cities to the glaciers, the Andes (southern Alps) to the pampas, huge ranches to cosmopolitan coffee bars, Chile and Argentina are fascinating.

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