Sacramento river is a part of the Sacramento river watershed, which covers an area measuring 9,556 square kilometers in Northern California. It is 530km in length and runs from the Sierra Nevada range to its mouth at San Francisco Bay. As a life source for millions of people it’s been dubbed “the American Nile”. In the past it was one of the most mighty rivers in California and now it’s known as a prime fishing ground.
The picture shows a river meadow with reeds and water plants dotted around, their reflections shimmering across the surface.
The theme is still very much oriented towards environmentalism and lets us take a look into this beautiful island that I call home. This is probably my most ambitious piece to date as far as time, materials and locations incorporated. I have to say that the effort was well worth it considering the final result. It all started by collecting…
This painting brings out the true beauty of nature, a flower arrangement that can be seen as a stairway to heaven. This type of flower arrangement is called “Kengai”, which means “hanging” in Japanese, and consists of hanging flowers from vines or branches.
It is made of rugged mountains and endless prairies. It is a wonderland that is often associated with cowboys, wagon trains, outlaws, gunslingers and the old west. However Colorado was not always this way. Millions of years ago it was covered by an ancient sea which yielded prehistoric life forms as fossils. This same sea also laid down huge beds…
The painting 76 Rodeo, CA. #2 was done after the work done in April 2010 when I visited an area about 30 miles east of Los Angeles that is known for its oil wells and industry along the freeway. The landscape is filled with hard edges and surrounded by a lot of pollution. When I was working on the oil…