river painting

I'm looking forward to seeing the installation photos of this large scale painting.  It was made to provide a "window" in a dining and also to remind the owners of this time and place in their lives.  We also considered that the work might one day be split in two to accommodate a smaller space.  I actually like the idea that a painting could be split, like shares, and still hold up visually, continue to be a part as solid as the whole and provide the service of celebrating, documenting and/or interpreting time and place.

 vernon river marsh, water-based media on panel, 4' x 8', 2014

vernon river marsh, water-based media on panel, 4' x 8', 2014