Day 20:#rogertorypetersoninstitute Ever since my first day here, I’ve wanted to paint the smoky fog that envelopes the meadows in the early hours of the morning.
Painting fog is such a subtle endeavor. The edges between objects and atmosphere become blurred and play tricks on our eyes. Colors that we’ve known since childhood, suddenly become unnameable. When fog surrounds you, you find yourself becoming just another part of the environment. It’s like those posters that you stare at, to suddenly see a 3D image pop out at you. Fog holds it’s secrets and then within a matter of moments, the world is clear again.
“Enveloped” 8”x10 Watercolor Available