Do you remember the very first time you fell in love? That feeling that you just can't put into words? I have been painting all my life. I drift into and out of impressionism and post-impressionism. I do landscapes, seascapes and cityscapes. I use color to create emotion and feeling. My goal is always to leave the viewer with that feeling that you just can't put into words.
Some memories just stay fresh. The prediction of that first snow of the season always takes me back. As a boy, my sister and I didn't wear pajamas inside out and backwards. Weather forecasters back then were at the mercy of "best guess". We waited anxiously for the words "snow". I recall sitting by a window with her, straining to see what may be snowflakes reflecting in the light cast by headlights on cars driving past. Usually, we fell fast asleep in anticipation. The next morning, well that first snow was magical. Coating everything with a layer of white crystals reflecting the blue of the sky and the yellow of the sun. This year, it was magical again.
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