I work primarily in watercolor and encaustic. Have also done some sculpture in copper. Much of my work is an attempt to distill beautiful shapes, forms and textures in nature and the city. Often in watercolor landscapes, I’m trying also to capture a certain mood, to evoke in the viewer a response to what has moved me. My early watercolors were more realistic; later work has become more abstract, as I attempt to further distill what I most love in the scene. In geoencaustics, the tactile qualities of the wax invite the viewer to identify more strongly with the surface forms in rocks and landscapes. At this life stage I’m interested in passing on memories of previous generations of my family.
3639 Silverton St.
Boulder, CO 80301