The "Flow" series is an ongoing study of the interactions of light and moving water. The series consists in part of photorealistic renditions and in part of abstract interpretations of this theme. Light and it's play in water have for me a spiritual significance. Both the abstract and photorealistic compositions are reminiscent of informal painting.
A style of painting which depicts subject matter (form, color, space) as it appears in actuality or ordinary visual experience without distortion or stylization. In a general sense, refers to objective representation. More specifically, a nineteenth century movement, especially in France, that rejected idealized academic styles in favor of everyday subjects. Daumier, Millet, and Courbet were realists.