After spending entirely too much time crammed into airplanes, I decided to play around with a circular window format for some aerial landscapes. I've always loved the window seat on planes, so I started the watercolors using what I could remember from past flights and invented the rest. It helps when creating a landscape from scratch that watercolors have some mind of their own, which presents lots of challenges to work against, but makes for a more interesting painting in the end. As chaotic as it can be, I find that watercolors bring something organic to a work, something that I'd find hard to recreate otherwise.