Boats 2

Scarlet reflections

TechniqueOil on canvas
SIze36x48 inches (91x122cm)
Year2009
SOLD

Boat in a Tranquil Bay

TechniqueOil on canvas
SIze40x40 inches (101x10cm)
Year2008
SOLD

Golden Twilight

TechniqueOil on canvas
SIze24x48 inches (61x122cm)
Year2013
FOR SALE

Two boats on the lake

TechniqueOil on canvas
SIze44x66 inches (112x167 cm)
Year2017
SOLD

Red Canoe

TechniqueOil on canvas
SIze20x60 inches (51x153cm)
Year2007
SOLD

Calm Waters

TechniqueOil on canvas
SIze54x54 inches (137x137 cm)
Year2011
SOLD

Morning Sun on Prow

TechniqueOil on canvas
SIze30x30 inches (76x76cm)
Year2008
FOR SALE

Red Boat

TechniqueOil on canvas
SIze20x36 inches (51x92cm)
Year2015
FOR SALE

Where were they going and did they ever actually arrive? This painting is a reminder of the fact that our lives are but a journey. Perhaps this red boat serves as a symbol of man’s everlasting and undying pursuit of happiness. Although transparent, life remains in the boat. Through the mind’s eye, it’s almost as if you can see someone there— the anchor acts as a safety net and the ores are not in use. I love that there seems to be a strong element of the in-between in this work. The boat is physically here and yet at the same time appears to be no where. No where with a visible horizon, sun or stars— possibly even trapped between time and space? Perhaps even existing solely in the mind or in our ever-changing emotions. I can smell the spice and almost taste it on my breath— ironically enough, this piece reminds one of Aristotle’s Golden Mean.

By Kyanna Kitt