Artwork > Karst

In 2016, I visited South China’s iconic karst landscape, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Karst mountains are formed as acidic waters dissolve the limestone bedrock, creating spiky mountains, underground rivers, tunnels, and caves. As a landscape painter, I was impatient to witness these strange formations often depicted in Chinese painting. Drifting down the Li River surrounded by eccentric spires, I was hypnotized by the surreal quality of these mountains. As the sun burns away the morning fog, the karst peaks emerge, creating a moody landscape layered in space and time.

Landscape Oil Painting, Oil Painting, China Landscape
Acylic and Oil on Canvas
24" x 48"
2017
Landscape painting, Chinese painting
Oil and Acrylic on Canvas
24" x 48"
2017
Landscape painting
Oil and acrylic on Canvas
24" x 48"
2017
Landscape painting
Oil and acrylic on Canvas
24" x 48"
2017
Landscape painting
Sumi-e and watercolor on paper
18" x 48"
2016
Landscape watercolor sumi
Sumi-e and watercolor on paper
18" x 48"
2016
Watercolor Landscape Painting
Watercolor and Pencil on Paper
9" x 20"
2016
Watercolor Landscape Painting
Watercolor and Pencil on Paper
11" x 29"
2016
Watercolor Landscape Painting
Watercolor and Pencil on Paper
9" x 20"
2017
Watercolor Landscape Painting
Watercolor and Pen on Paper
11" x 29"
2016