What Lies Beneath
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I like to paint places that seem to exist although I have never really seen them. I’m intrigued by the changing shapes and colors of water. Transparency, layering, movement, fluidity, the multiplicity of water is so exciting. Every second there is a variation of color, light, structure. Nature is, like life, always changing, layered and imperceivable. There is a whole world below the surface and you can only get a glimpse of it. It mirrors the sky and it reflects you as the viewer.
What Lies Beneath is an ongoing series on this theme.