This painting shows two paths of footprints in the sand, meandering next to each other along a long expanse of sand on a deserted tropical beach!
The scene in this painting is from Playa Panamá, on the Pacific coast of northwest Costa Rica.
Many of my paintings carry a history with them, a story embedded in the image. Oftentimes I’m not sure how much to share of each, as they are personal, and I can tend to get stuck on words. Additionally, I’d like for them to be universal, in that anyone can enjoy and connect with the art.
I thought I’d share a bit of this one, in the form of a poem.
Meandering, wandering, one next to the other.
Looking back, how far we’ve come
knowing now, how far we had to go.
Disentangled webs of history.
Creators, we are.