Catherine Taron
Vancouver Island Visual Artist


8" x 10" watercolour on 140# Arches hot-pressed paper (SOLD)

Day lilies are so fleeting, a blossom opening only for a day and then gone. A breeze rustling through them is fleeting too and unseen, except for the effect of its movement—buffeting clouds, bending stems, fluttering leaves. This painting portrays that least-tangible, ineffable landscape element—a breeze.