The making of my latest raven painting. After my initial sketches I start laying down thin layers of colors. For this one my initial idea changed quite a bit from the second to the third stage when I decided to mute the colors and bring more cool colors into the bottom part. The last photoContinue reading “The Making of”
More fun with watercolor mixed media. This one is inspired by the Bald Eagle.
I had almost forgotten how much fun it was to work with Watercolor Mixed Media. This one was inspired by a Little Blue Heron.
If there is light, there are shadows. Faint or dramatic, they are a testament to our shape in the environment. Ever changing and beautifully abstract they open up a whole new world of what could be possible. Is that really my shadow? Who am I? Who do I want to be?
Photographed in the steam and mist of geysers before sunrise. The feeling these images give me is that of passing from one reality into another. The shadowy figures almost feel like faint energy bodies moving on to another world.
Photographed at an abandoned saltpeter mine, Humberstone, Chile. First I was drawn to the amazing textures, colors and passageways of the decrepit buildings, but soon I started visualizing the feelings of a long gone era. I started experimenting with the shadows I was casting and the movement of passing through the doorways and long forgottenContinue reading “Abandoned”