Calebasse – 12×16

Calebasse Lake, just one of many bodies of water found in the delta region of the Mississippi River in Louisiana.  The delta itself, one of fanastic historical importance throughout the years, discharges an estimated 400 million metric tons of sediment from the interior United States outward to the Gulf of Mexico.  This piece follows the flow of color along its unpredictable course outward to reach its equilibrium with its environment as a river does once reaching the ocean.  The metallic bronzes drift beautifully into shades of earthy tones and whites, permeating across the canvas board.