“The Waving of Winds XIX”
6 x 6 in. on paper
framed: 14 x 14 in. gray frame
encaustic monoprint with oil pastel on archival paper
The artwork comes framed.
John Muir’s description of wind during a storm in his book, “The Mountains of California” inspired me to create this monotype: “. . . [N]ever before did I enjoy so noble an exhilaration of motion. The slender tops fairly flapped and swished in the passionate torrent, bending and swirling backward and forward, round and round, tracing indescribable combinations of vertical and horizontal curves, while I clung with muscles firm braced, like a bobo-link on a reed. . . . I kept my lofty perch for hours, frequently closing my eyes to enjoy the music by itself, or to feast quietly on the delicious fragrance that was streaming past.”
25% of the sale of this piece will be donated to Friends of the Children Central Oregon.
The mission of Friends of the Children Central Oregon:
Impacting generational change by empowering youth who are facing the greatest obstacles through relationships with professional mentors – 12+ years, no matter what.