At the base of Hawaii's Hōlei Sea Arch the waves smash against the ancient lava cliffs. The churn of the water is a mesmerizing play of contrast and color, of white spray and black sand, of endless wave motion against the solidity of the cliffs.
As a painter, I seek moments of breath-taking transition in nature. My paintings aim to capture these fleeting moments in time and reveal the serene center that can arise in the midst of nature’s turbulence.
Oil on linen, gallery wrapped on a Lucius Hudson hollow core panel with hand painted edges. 40 x 50 x 2 inches