Something poignant about a lone gas station out in the middle of nowhere.
Edward Hopper caught the feeling in a painting of a gas station surrounded by trees on countryside road.
The reflections of the trees in the windows is a view of another world when set against the background of colorful signage, notices, and advertisements.
Before the green has come
before the night has fallen
after the rains have come
scintillating drops of light
over a lonely pine
What is referred to as the “washed-out” landscape
is brimming with the glow of secret growth
about to burgeon forth
into a verdant folly of spring green.
The fluid, monochromatic, abstract form of the ice
Over the intricate, colored lattice work of the reflections of trees
Water in its various states each with its mysterious qualities.
Horses and Watercolor Trees
Autumn, the “second spring, where every leaf is a flower.” ~ Albert Camus
No.5 Landscape in a Window
No. 4 Melancholia
No. 3 Fall Reflections
No. 1 Lace Highlights
All limited edition original photographs available in different sizes and formats.