As it is now mid-June and flowers are bursting, trees glow green and the first of the produce is showing up at the market. Winter seems so far away. During an unusually rainy day, I took time to photograph some of my other paintings.
This little 5×7 was painted during that in-between time. Not quite winter, not quite spring. During a visit to Vedauwoo, Wyoming, I got caught in a late spring storm. The clouds were dense and waves of heavy snowflakes covered what had been bare ground.
I love how the rock formations continuously change as the shadows, seasons and weather change. I always see shapes and images in the rock – animal usually. What do you see in this painting?