I'm not one who worries about getting all the details right. Instead I try to focus on what a place feels like and I thought it might be interesting to show you how I got from inspiration to a final watercolor. Just the other day it was stormy and rainy here in Park City. I was driving home after running some errands and I saw these spectacular clouds swirling around the mountains. I took a few pictures with my phone and logged it in my memory for later. I zeroed in on this one mountain and clouds and then painted my version of it. As you can see, the colors are very different than what the pictures shows. Two things about that - camera phones tend to shift landscapes towards blue, making everything much bluer than they are in person. And secondly, I remember the colors differently, so that's how I painted it - I just used the photo as a reference. The painting gives you a much different feel than the picture does and that's based on my memories and feelings about the place - hence art.