As Seasons do, so does my palette.
Just outside my kitchen window, lies the most diverse hills you’ve ever seen. My husband and I often wish that the barb wire wasn’t there holding us back from exploring every inch of their vast beauty. Twice a year we get to experience a palette change on these rolling hills. Once being the most luscious and vibrant green hues speckled with a pops of yellow and orange with our native flowers. And then as the sun’s heat radiates upon the green fields, they slowly become accented with gold before they’ve turned dormant. Oddly, I love the change. I’m never bored in gazing and wondering. As seasons do, they show growth and life.
So in this season, I’ve decided to paint loud and vibrant using their character as my inspiration!
California Fields, a small batch of limited edition paintings, prints and candles.
A horizon is one of my favorite things to paint. The endless nature of a horizon lends itself to many different artistic interpretations and meanings.
Gold Dusted Horizons has been a collection of prayers and moments that I’ve shared with my children as we’ve stared off into the sky and have counted how many shades of color we see. From vibrant reds to dark blues the sky will ever evolve and the ocean will ever roar. And from gentle whites to airy blues the sky will ever show grace and the ocean will ever be still. It’s the simplest of moments.
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