These three drawings combine transparent watercolor with color pencils or graphite. The references are views into the canopy of a certain valley oak. They remind me of embroideries. Each one is on a 30 x 22 sheet of watercolor paper framed with basswood and plexiglass. You can see them in person at Lofi Wines in Los Alamos, California. One is on the wall, and two are on high shelfs in the office alcove on the way to the restroom. I made the top two before leaving Santa Ynez for Buellton in 2010. The last one is from 2019. I look forward to making more of these because valley oaks have the most remarkable serpentine branches. In the spring when the leaves are still small you can really make a study of them.