Light Through a Year

From a natural observation in my back yard of reflection, light, shadow, and changing angles, all through the seasons. I started in my backyard in Carmichael two decades ago. The colors are arbitrary; the paintbrush followed the motion of the light. The urgency to keep up with changes of light resulted in a fluid motion. I searched for patterns more than for representation and to share the note taking of fleeting time. 

october

october

october,“ 70” by 20″, acrylic on fabric,  nfs

november

november

november,“ 56″ by 20”, acrylic on fabric,  nfs

november

november

november,” 44” by 72”, acrylic on fabric

december

december

december,“ 70” by 20″, acrylic on fabric, nfs

february

february

february,“ 26” by 30″, acrylic on fabric, nfs

may

may

may,” 20” by 20”, acrylic on damask linen and mounted on painted branches, 1999

may 2

may 2

May 2”,  3’ by 6’,  tempera, acrylic, oil on primed masonite board

may

may

may,“ 71” by 41″, acrylic

mid-summer light 1

mid-summer light 1

mid-summer light 1,” 30” x 22”, watercolor on paper, a natural observation in the artist’s backyard in Carmichael, $500