If I had a favorite, it might be Eros 10. The unfolding layers, the oceanic and ethereal depth and the shimmering magic that this one offers is something I wish I could recreate. Art is a process of letting go and allowing, on every level, which includes that truth that every painting, just like each of us, is truly one of a kind. With subtle hints of amethyst and pops of shimmering gold, this is a complimentary painting to Eros 9.
Delicate golden sparkles dance across the rainbow of colors in Eros 15, bringing a depth along with a lightness to this celestial ocean.
An idea rippling through like a wave, a galaxy being born, a dream within a dream, a world within a world. Eros 18 is for those who want a statement painting for that special spot, and for lovers of blue hues.
Most of my childhood was spent outside in the elements, which offered daily inspiration from the ever changing cloud formations to the heart of a blossom and snacking on wild blueberries from our yard. This painting brings me to a sweet and innocent space where the senses directed my days.
Painting is a way of visual story telling and dream telling. The neutral colors and the subtle sparkle of Eros 23 transport me to some of my softest summer night sleeps next to an open window under linen sheets with the scent of lilac ocean breeze, reminding me of both something earthbound as well as something celestial, connecting these realms we all dance between.
Communicating in color and form feels most natural for me, helping me to convey what I often do not have the words to express. This painting symbolizes growth in the shape of a blossom with a celestial and ethereal nature, offering a subtle expression of color and movement.