watercolor and pen, 23″ by 30″ 2021 unframed FOR SALE $2000 when I was receiving radiation, I kept seeing these constellations of radiant blue, but for fraction of a second, so I couldn’t really be certain of what I was seeing. I later learned from the oncologist that these flashes of blue are called the Cherenkov effect. He said not everybody sees them. I saw them every day, five days a week for six weeks.
watercolor and pen 23” by 30” 2021 FOR SALE $2000 my guardian angels out in the sage and chamisa, ever vigilant, ever wild, waiting to take me home when it’s time
the journey home
watercolor and pen, 23″ by 30″ unframed 2021 FOR SALE $2000 this time in my mosaic experiments, I wanted to reflect the sky in the water. I was also thinking about Black Elk’s vision of the four differently colored horse tribes helping us through turbulent times ahead
Watercolor, colored pencil, and pen, 23″ x 30″, 2020 FOR SALE $2000 Early Turbulence is the first in a series of storm paintings done during the lockdown in April 2020 when the pandemic and tyranny were both swirling about.
Watercolor and pen, 23″by 30″ 2020 FOR SALE $2000 gathering storm is the second in the series of 2020 storm paintings completed in May. The early turbulence is amassing into a storm with momentum and power, obscuring the light
watercolor and pen, 30″ by 38″ framed, 2015. FOR SALE $2700
watercolor and pen, 35″ by 43″ framed, 2015 FOR SALE $2700
watercolor and pen, 15” x 12” 2019, FOR SALE $450 I felt moved to document all the fellow creatures that we stand to lose through our collective and global ignorance, avarice, and stupidity. Alas, I think the task is too great in number and in emotional weight, even if it’s only a Hummingbird. I think this is also when Henry slipped me a tube of opera pink, a pigment I had never before experienced.
watercolor and pen, 23″ by 30″ unframed 2017 FOR SALE $2000 Underground spring A place of refuge from the chaos that has been and still is and is yet to come. An improbable but deep-rooted spring embraced by the taproots of mated trees, twisted, old and resilient in their determination to survive and sing into being every spring. And within the intertwined roots, a safe passage down into the quiet, the undisturbed, the eternal, forever generating from darkness that which brings life.
Pregnant Jaguar Goddess
Watercolor and pen, 2000. 37″ x 28″ framed in roma molding. FOR SALE $2700 this is one of many watercolors generated from our trip to Africa in 1999. Its somewhat androgynous figure represents the art of the indigenous woodcarver