First in my series exploring my love of the sky and clouds. This captures the light shortly before a sunset begins.
Late Afternoon (Cloud series #2)
Capturing the light on a late afternoon.
Godrays (Cloud series #3)
Meant to invoke the mesmerizing beauty of sunrays (aka godrays).
Moonlit Night (Cloud series #4)
This pieces imagines a bright moon, just out of sight, lighting up the clouds late one night.
Storm Front (Cloud series #5)
Inspired by some flooding storms in 2016, I aimed to capture the unstable and spectacular sky.
Pink Evening (Cloud series #6)
Inspired by a sunset that had lit the sky pink, and highlighted a nearby gray cloud.
Approaching Front (Cloud series #7)
This piece seeks to capture the energy and darkness of an oncoming storm.
Moonrise (Cloud series #8)
Capturing my love of the days when the Moon rises while it's still light out.
Starry Night (Cloud series #9)
This piece was inspired by nights when the moon is set, so the darkness allows you to see more stars than usual.
Water Meets Sky (Cloud series #10)
Inspired by a day at the beach.
Harvey's Approach (Cloud series #11)
First piece in a Hurricane Harvey special edition.
Harvey's Retreat (Cloud series #12)
Inspired by a friend's photo of her first view of the sun after Hurricane Harvey. Like her, I felt intense joy seeing the sun for the first time after five days of rain. I felt like I could finally breathe, that now, finally, we were safe from that hurricane and all the destruction it wrought.
In The Pale Moonlight (Cloud series #13)
Inspired by watching the full moon rise through the trees on a nightly walk.
A walnut tree in winter. Original version used in two collabortive pieces with Jenny Wilde.
My imagining of a melting tree. Inspired by a hot June day and the oak in my front yard.
Meant to be an early study of clouds (before I started the Cloud series), it developed into commentary on the Tower of Babel and man's non-stop attempts at reaching new heights (literally).
Cardinal in Summer
Inspired by a cardinal sitting on a low-hanging branch one morning during a run.
Deer in Winter
My imagining of a small herd passing through late one winter night.