Blue Waves IV
There are a million reasons why I love spending time near water. Whether it’s the sea, a lake or even a tiny stream in a woodland. It captures my imagination and inspired my new series, "BLUE WAVES." It intrigues me that each movement is different in its form and intention, and there’s something mysterious about where the wind starts and where it ends.
32" x 32" x 1.5" with a floating aluminum hanging system
Original Watercolor Kaleidoscoped in a Museum Quality Print on Lucite,
Limited Edition of 10, each Signed and Numbered
Customized Sizing Available upon Request at $2.44 a square inch
I spent many a day at Lake Marie in Antioch, Illinois and Cedar Creek Lake in Texas, studying and painting the rippling movements of the water in watercolor, admiring the beautiful greenery and wildflowers that grow around it, envious that they get to spend every single day by this magnificent lake.
I became fascinated by how the wind is always changing. Sometimes it’s calm and serene, yet other times it whirls to cause ripples in the water. These four pieces depict the wildness of the wind and my thoughts blowing across Lake Marie, presented using a kaleidoscope effect on original watercolor where, just like the water, there is no end and no beginning.