Spring fog 2019, oil on canvas, 36” diameter, signed and dated on the bottom edge.
As an object, the painting is a shallow (3/4 inch/ 2 cm.) drum. The canvas is stretched across a ring made of plywood and secured on the back with staples. The image wraps around the edges, so there is no need for a frame. The painting hangs from a single eyelet on the back near the top, so it is always perfectly balanced.
In my experience, fog in the spring may be different from other times of year, in that it moves around, the same warm breezes that create it by drifting over melting ice and snow carrying it through the surrounding trees.