I use whatever metals I can find, and I consider myself both an artist and eco-friendly recycler.
This painting was inspired by an awesome sky revealed to me while driving home one day in April. I actually took a picture out my windshield at every red stoplight on Southlake boulevard. The sequence gave me wonderful insight to how a storm is created. I tried to build this storm in the same manner as the Great Creator. Although my painting may be a great earthly creation, it pales in comparison to what I watch Him do.
The fun and discovery of summer adventures create special memories, sometimes not literal but always with focus on the experienced moment.
This painting was taken from one of Henry’s photos from his summer travels.
This is reminisce of all the sunsets I enjoyed while living at the foot of the Sandia Mountain. Looking West from there the Rio Grande Valley rises to the West Mesa on which five extinct volcanos reside. Every evening as the sunset builds behind them, they appear as sentinels guarding heavens treasured gold.