I finally finished the piece the mountains went on (remember waaaaaaaaaaaay back when I showed my mountains?). This is my newest 4-day andvanced class and, some would say, my newest insanity. When I showed it at our EGA chapter meeting Monday I got some comments along the lines of, "Do you stay awake nights thinking this stuff up?" and "Where do you come up with this stuff?" Oh, and my favorite, "You have got to be kidding."
This is sort of - but not really - a continuation of the series fo Walks I began in 2003 with City Walk. It is more closely related to Walk on the Wild Side than the original 3 walks, and is a transition into my next piece, but it still speaks to the notion of working in a series. Once an idea takes hold it is, to quote Jan Beaney, almost impossible to thoroughly explore the idea in a single piece. Hence a series. The earlier pieces in a series often don't resemble the later pieces at all, but when viewed together in order the progression is usually apparent. And it is always apparent to the artist who is exploring the idea.
So here, for your enjoyment (or not ;-) is Walk the Wild River.