Learning to Dance
The original art piece created with Oil pastels, and chalks depicts a scene of two young children learning to box.
Summer in Float
The glass float emerges from the sea and displays a beautiful Orca it has seen on its travels during the Summer Season. Along with the float you will see starfish, clams, and of course the Orca Pod which escorted the float safely to the beach.
The mark placed on the glass float is the kanji symbol for sake “Japanese rice wine”.
Spring to Life
The glass float emerges from the sea and displays a beautiful colored school of young new fish it has seen on its travels during the Spring Season. Along with the ball you will see fresh tulips, beautiful aggets, and of course kite flying on a crisp windy spring day.
The mark placed on the glass float is the hiragana symbol “ha”. The ocean company who created this float was one of the largest fishing companies in Japan before World War II and is the largest company today. This glass float began as a clear glass float but over the years water was captured inside the ball and caused it to turn a cranberry color.
The glass float emerges from the sea and displays a beautiful Salmon in spawn. Along its autumn travel it has seen rough ocean waters, crab fisherman, and beautiful rainbows which remind you that the rain will soon end.
The mark placed on the glass float is a combination of two kanji symbols. The top symbol is sakana which means “fish”, and the bottom symbol is mizu which means “water.
Flaming June Rendition
Flaming June Rendition created with Air brush acrylics, oil pastels and sticks.
Before We Get Dirty
The original art piece was created with watercolor, depicts my young grand mother taking a break to pose with her family.