Staining wet water color paper has become my favorite pastime. It's soothing, exciting, serendipitous, and feeds my color-starved soul struggling with Winter's comatose foliage. This will be included, I think, in my novel, "Drawing On The River". I often sculpted fish imagery in the past, from the Koi Boys to the Piscean Dance Series (See 11-26-11 Post: Metanoia II). A great deal of perplexing, symbolic, figurative entities passed through my hands and found appreciative audiences in the world. What these meant to the buying public I have rarely been privileged to know, but they are out there somewhere, radiating intention. This woman is the first painting I've done with that Piscean imagery.