A diversity of trees, grasses and plants coexist on the banks of Spanish Creek. Two trees have grown back to back.
Sumi-ink and watercolor on mulberry (rice paper) 27.5 x 54" - $14,000 - framed
Fine art print, signed and numbered, on archival watercolor paper, 12 x 16 - $75, 11 x 22 - $140, 15 x 30 - $280, 19 x 38 - $425, 27 x 54 - $800, custom sizes available, email for price.
"Spanish Creek rests at eye level, on top of a dresser, reminding me of quiet, cool, refreshing places I have been to in the mountains. Always, there is an air of mystery across the creek and into the forest beyond. Sometimes I cross into the forest and let it envelope me without discovering its secrets or what lies beyond. After a long walk, the cool water washes against my feet giving me a moment of pause from the activities of the day. Small fish dart about, under the far bank. There are a few nameless birds skirting from twig to twig. Other animals may be nearby, but I don’t see them. They don’t want to be found. There are places I’d return to and others I can always find in memories." Ben McComber, collector