While experimenting one day, I saw that the flows of the watercolor paint on the wet white paper before me were somehow turning into scenes of snow and ice. And as I continued to look and to work, passages of prose and poetry came to me.
White Almost to Blueness
Watercolor on paper 9” x 14”
“… the snow, white almost to blueness, lay like a soft comforter over the hills, and birches and pines indestructibly held their ground, rigid lines against the snow and sky …”