In the cold of winter, when my eyes first open in the morning, often I see this beautiful pale pink light and the reflections of the snow.
I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve thought; “I wish I had my camera” before I fall into a deep slumber only to return after that fleeting early morning light has changed.
There is something fascinating to me about how the light completely changes things at different times of the day. I see how Monet spent years trying to capture the essence of light.
I used to think that the winter was lacking in any color but have found that there is such a beautiful palette of neutral colors.
White is not simply white but tinged with the colors of the rainbow.
This abstract painting began with the idea of the colors of winter and a kind of peacefulness that a winter morning brings.
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What do you see in this painting? Does it remind you of anything?
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