Clougher (1995)
“Each painting has its own way of evolving … When the painting is finished, the subject reveals itself.” (William Baziotes)

How true! When I first began painting landscapes, I tried to paint from one end of the horizon to the other. Over time, I learned how to focus and edit, thus training my eyes to see. Nevertheless, my paintings evolve in such a way that often what I start to paint changes on its own and surprises even me when I complete it.

Size: 24"x18"
Media: Pastel on Ersta paper