Lost at Sea, 30in. x 38in., acrylic on canvas, 2015 - Sold

Lost at sea is a situation where ones feet are not planted and in a stormy circumstance like being in a raft lost at sea.

The dark and moody colors add to the feeling of impending doom whereas the pink stripe through the center may add a glimour of hope.

Splitting the canvas in two denotes a horizon where the viewer may rest his or her eyes imbuing the feeling of a landscape and possibly water with the horizon expanding into the distance.

The texture and splashes of color give the painting a loose style reminiscent of Mark Rothko or Helen Frankenthaler.

This is a painting style I like to call 'mind landscape'.