I lived for four years on the border of Eastern Washington and Idaho, where I learned the art of hiking. Paradise Ridge in Moscow, Idaho quickly became the regular, soothing and challenging path for me to hike. The years spent in that part of the country transformed my creative path.
This series responds to time spent in western landscape, attending to the range of color throughout the hours of the day. Landscape and nature fuels my painting process, and these little works are about loosely capturing the essence of the land.
Materials: acrylic paint, marker, pencil on gessoboard, unframed.
Display options: set on nails as shown in picture, lean against a shelf, various framing options.