Category: Impermanence 2021/2022Page 2 of 4

Wabi-sabi  is the respect for what is passing, fragile, slightly broken and modest. It embraces authenticity over the ideal of perfection. Wabi-sabi refers to the beauty of what is impermanent, imperfect, and incomplete. When you look at an object, you can sense its story – the hands that once owned it, made it or used it. Nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect.

Hollow Bamboo

48″ x 24″, oil on canvas (2021) at Shoh Gallery

Shards

36″ x 36″, oil on canvas (2021) at Shoh Gallery

Rime

40″ x 40″, oil on canvas (2021)

#4

22″ x 30″, oil on Arches paper (2021) SOLD

Corrosion 2

24″ x 36, oil on canvas (2021)

Corrosion 1

24″x 36″, oil on canvas (2021)

Transience

36″ x 48″ (diptych), oil on canvas (2021)

Bamboo in Green

36″ x 36″, oil on canvas (2021)

Bamboo in Black and White

30″ x 40, oil on canvas (2021)

Sediment

30″ x 30″, oil on canvas (2021)