Showing posts from June, 2016

Keeping Cool with Paint

As the summer starts to heat up, I keep cool by painting water. It sets my mind in a refreshing place painting this rushing mountain stream. There is much work to do, but I thought I would show the progress so far; 2 stages on the easel.

Geysers and Their Pools

Just off my easel; 16" X 20" oil, 'Geyser Aqua'
The distinct color of the pools is due to bacteria and algae which inhabit the water. Different temperatures of water both cause and also permit differences in plant communities and intensities of color. Good read, a link to Yellowstone web site on geysers;

Spring in the woods

These are a few photos taken this past week to share.