The watercolour medium is the most difficult of all mediums. It is both frustrating and rewarding. It is frustrating because every mark shows, and nothing can be deleted. Therefore every mark has to be “true”. It is rewarding because, at its’ best, the immediacy of application is uncompromised and an equivalency is set up between the phenomenon observed and the behaviour of the medium. It is this elusive relationship that I strive to maintain. The observed environment and the fleeting connection with my own consciousness is paralleled in my attempt to allow a fluid medium to record something of that sensation.