In 2018 our family relocated to Santa Fe, New Mexico for the energy, light and spiritual vibration that we now look to express in our art. Wild Grass of Eldorado is part my current work.
After a car accident in 2015, my injuries temporarily affected my sensory perception. My painting goal was to leave behind the discipline of drawing or even touching the canvas, but rather to freely express myself through the flow of paint. While not strictly a triptych painter, I tend to produce works in groups of three. My first three canvases, Dawn, Meadow and Harvest in the Autumn Equinox series depict silent moments. The second group of three in the series, Dandelion Explosion, Tornado and Twilight Hour concern movement; fleeting moments in time and space. For these, I found a means of applying paint that gives life to the material, as if it is dancing on the surface.
Below paintings are a bugs eye view called Opa’s Garden, inspired by a friends beautiful garden in Dresden, Germany. There are 9 canvases in total 40″x30″ acrylic – Three paintings are in the Elizabeth Walsh collection.