San Felasco Hammock series: I was inspired by a colorful fall which I experienced with many walks through San Felasco Hammock. At times it felt like a cathedral with the tall pine trunks and leaf/pine needle cover way up there. Colorful oak leaves resembled stained glass windows as the light filtered through them. The frames on each of these came from re-purposed pine wood from an old house (studs) built from trees grown in the area.

 

An Autumn Walk Through San Felasco Hammock #1 of 6.

oil on canvas, 22 x 18"; 2010

sold

An Autumn Walk Through San Felasco Hammock #2 of 6; Tree Roots/ Walking Trees

oil on canvas, 22 x 18"; 2010; artist's collection

An Autumn Walk Through San Felasco Hammock #3 of 6

oil on canvas, 22 x 28"; 2010; artist's collection

An Autumn Walk Through San Felasco Hammock #4 of 6

oil on canvas, 22 x 18", 2010; sold

An Autumn Walk Through San Felasco Hammock #5 of 6; Stained glass window

oil on canvas, 22 x 18"; 2010;

$400.00

An Autumn Walk Through San Felasco Hammock #6 of 6; Cathedral nave.

oil on canvas; 22 x 18"; 2010; sold

San Felasco Hammock with Triptych.

oil on canvas; 25 x 18"; 2013; private collection.