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.
Morning Run (Cloud series #14)
Inspired by a foggy sunrise during a marathon I ran in March 2018.
Sahara Dust 2018 (Cloud series #15)
Inspired by the dusty days in the Houston area in July 2018 due to the Saharan Dust coming in with the Trade Winds. One day in particular, the sky looked gray in mid afternoon.
Orion (Cloud series #16)
Inspired by watching the rise of the Orion constellation one night while walking my dog, Max.
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.