We've been having a bit of a heat wave in New England lately. Even though I grew up in the tropics, I really don't like the heat. I don't know if you can call hot, muggy weather inspiring, but it has prompted me to revisit my "Maya" work.
This piece is called "Cenote", named for the deep sinkholes with deep, icy clear water that you find all over the Yucatan. It is ink washed polymer with layers of analogous colors in greens and blues, finished with a reticulated silver accent.