This trippy green and blue digital print reflects the spring energy of the earth and sky.
I sketched the proofs sitting on the Natchez Trace Parkway at dusk, trying different effects for the Hale Bopp Comet to make it part and not all of the sky. Without the city light pollution I went a bit mad. It was wonderful watching the fire flies come out with the stars and a heavy mist collecting in the foothills of the Smokey Mountains. If you ever go by Tennessee, drive part of the Parkway. It is the only Americal National Park which is a high way and it takes you almost down to New Orleans. It starts in Kentucky, and the lavendar trees are spring dogwoods in bloom. If you like color and lots of details, you will not be disapointed. I took up a friend and she brought her daughter, recently from England. The little girl said, "Mummy, look! This place has faeires!"
archival paper and inks