Tuesday, January 12, 2010


Unless this painting appears as the most
vivid grass-green, it is not accurate; and
there are always in reproducing a
screen-painting many cherished details
which regrettably evaporate. This
particular painting features an interplay
between fishes I have scissored out
and those I have painted. The brushstroke
is like moss. The Coral Garden motif
comes from a time when I was in love with a big blonde;
we seemed to be swimming in a celestial element
and diving through heavenly grottos.

Periodically, I will do a Coral
Garden in Blonde remembrance.
Four-layered painting, the two
in-most elaborately shaped.

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