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Earth + Water


Yogan (Lava) and Tochi (Ground)

Posted on February 3rd, by David in Earth + Water, Fine Art, Panel, Yogan + Toshi. Comments Off on Yogan (Lava) and Tochi (Ground)

Travel deep underneath the earth’s crust, and discover warm, rich hues.



Kasumi (Haze) 1 – 2

Posted on February 3rd, by David in Earth + Water, Fine Art, Kasumi, Panel. Comments Off on Kasumi (Haze) 1 – 2

Pale greys and yellows create a hazy, dreamy atmosphere in this diptych.



Fujo Suru (Surface) 1 – 2

Posted on February 3rd, by David in Earth + Water, Fine Art, Fujo Suru, Panel. Comments Off on Fujo Suru (Surface) 1 – 2

Looking through shallow water with images coming to the surface.



Suna (Sand) 1 – 3

Posted on February 3rd, by David in Earth + Water, Fine Art, Panel, Suna. Comments Off on Suna (Sand) 1 – 3

Grab a magnifying glass and look closely at sand by the water’s edge.



Korogaru (Tumble) 1 – 3

Posted on February 3rd, by David in Available Artwork on Panel, Earth + Water, Fine Art, Korogaru, Panel. Comments Off on Korogaru (Tumble) 1 – 3

This triptych references stones being tumbled by the crash of waves on the shore.



Kishibe (Shore)

Posted on February 3rd, by David in Earth + Water, Fine Art, Kishibe, Panel. Comments Off on Kishibe (Shore)

The elemental colors of earth and water give this piece a restful balance.



Wakeru (Divide)

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The shapes in this piece remind me of cell division; beautiful in it’s simplicity.



Kobutsu (Ore)

Posted on February 3rd, by David in Earth + Water, Fine Art, Kobutsu, Panel. Comments Off on Kobutsu (Ore)

Hot cinders and molten earth.



Yama (Stack)

Posted on February 3rd, by David in Earth + Water, Fine Art, Panel, Yama. Comments Off on Yama (Stack)

A cairn of stones, a tribute to a lost one.



Ukabu (Float) and Kiri (Mist)

Posted on February 3rd, by David in Earth + Water, Fine Art, Panel, Ukabu + Kiri. Comments Off on Ukabu (Float) and Kiri (Mist)

Unicellular creatures and particles float through a microscopic world in this diptych.