Afternoon Air


9×12 oils on canvas paper mounted on wood

With Virginia Woolf’s words of ‘how I feel autumn’s ache, I felt the need to have “Afternoon Air” encapsulate just that feeling. That remarkable moment in time when the sun is just beginning to set, summer is coming to an end and you feel the ache and longing of autumn in your bones. Comprised of transitioning blues, oranges, and pinks, this piece brings you to the moment of a seasonal feeling of turning a page.

“…how I feel autumn’s ache.”
– Virginia Woolf, from a letter to Violet Dickinson written c. September 1907