My work up until recently has been markedly non-figurative. In my ongoing to quest to cover new ground, 'the Woodsman' has entered the picture. The Canadian West Coast is rich with Sasquatch lore, and I am captivated by the wonderful, elusive men and women of the woods. Just as I like my landscapes to capture the imagination, the Woodsman has a way of reflecting a viewer's personal narrative. The face says so much, however these faces I have tried to leave open.
The watercolour works have been a refreshing departure from my studio canvases, and I hope to use these watercolour studies for future, large works. Stay tuned.
Wood's Edge, watercolour and ink on paper, 11" x 9".