“Winter Storm” by Thomas Blazier
This is the latest painting by Thomas Blazier, member 17,468, entitled “Winter Storm” which was inspired by the views around Albuquerque, NM, USA.
He wrote to us saying “There is a difference between winter cumulus clouds and summer cumulus clouds, at least as observed in the American Southwest. Summer clouds are more well formed and relatively hard edged. Winter clouds are less well defined and have soft/fuzzy/shredded edges. One thing I really enjoy about winter storm clouds is the way the clouds appear to pour themselves out onto the ground like a cascading waterfall. So, here is my take on a winter storm. BTW, this a view of the Manzano Mountains as seen from the west mesa in Albuquerque, New Mexico.”
You can see more of his work on his website