The act of drawing is an homage to the wabi sabi of my woods whether with a singular fallen branch or a composition of intertwined vines and trees in situ. There is beauty in the interconnectedness

and decay. Sometimes my lines are fluid and fast and other times there is a meditative quality to intentionally slowing down. The spirit of the watercolor combines with the graphite to capture opposing forces of movement and stillness.

back & forth, watercolor & graphite, 12x9"

mother's tree in rain, watercolor & graphite, 20x14"

flux and flow, watercolor & graphite, 18x24"

vines 1, graphite, 30x25"

vines with leaves, graphite, 44x30"

vines 2, graphite, 30x25"

embodied vines, charcoal & graphite, 40x26"

branch composition 2, graphite, 30x44"

branch composition 1, graphite, 30x44"

vines at dusk, oil 48x48"

seated figure with branches, oil on wood, 32x24"