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"Raindrops & Refractions"

Watercolor on paper



Sometimes we see things and fall in love with them instantly. The way light plays or the way colors coexist. Have you ever looked at raindrops on a window screen? I mean really looked at them. The way an image is blurred, change, distorted, but also still present- it’s really lovely. And it feels like you’re looking at a memory or a dream instead of through water at reality. Such beauty in a mostly unnoticed detail.


This piece was painted vertically instead of laying flat. Hot press paper was primed with 3/16" grid lines, measured and drawn by hand. Painted with an extra half inch border, for framing.


"Raindrops & Refractions"

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