Language describing the movement of water often becomes a metaphor for human emotions, or a description of actions that affect us, such as the passage of time. We speak of waves and surges, water’s moodiness, its calming properties, power, persistence and ability to transform. When there is a drought, all living things crave water. When there is too much, we are overwhelmed. One of my favorite quotes about water is attributed to Leonardo da Vinci: In rivers, the water that you touch is the last of what has passed and the first of that which comes; so with present time.

 

Confluence, 2018, acrylic strappo print on paper, 10 x 10 inches

 

Soft Currents, 2018, acrylic strappo print on paper, 10 x 10 inches • Not Available

 

Cross Currents, 2019, acrylic strappo on paper, 10 x 10 inches

 

Life Force, 2020, acrylic strappo print on paper, 10 x 10 inches

Turbulence, 2019, acrylic strappo print on paper, 10 x 10 inches • Sold

 

Maelstrom, 2020, acrylic strappo print on paper, 10 x 10 inches • Sold

 

Wave, 2020, acrylic strappo on paper, 10 x 10 inches

 

Tideline, 2020, acrylic strappo print, 10 x 10 inches

 

Aqua Agua, 2018, acrylic strappo on paper, 10 x 10 inches • Not Available

 

Stream, 2018, acrylic strappo print on paper, 10 x 10 inches • Not Available