Tony Foster, Kaieteur Falls Looking S from Ranger Point, 2002  |  Watercolor and graphite on paper, mixed media  |  27 3/8 x 40 3/8 in. / 3 3/4 x 38 1/4 in.  |  1998.2.36

Tony Foster Journey 10 | 1998–2002 | 79 artworks

WaterMarks: Watercolour Diaries from Swamps to Icebergs

Painting locations: Arizona, Georgia, Washington, Wyoming, Cornwall, Greenland, Guyana, Honduras, Idaho, Maldives

Water, whether in solid, liquid, or gaseous form, prodigious or ephemeral, is a necessary element for life and quintessential in transforming landscapes over the eons. It is also the foundation for Tony Foster’s largest journey series: WaterMarks. Foster explored the frozen Arctic, the neotropical rainforests of Honduras, and the colorful, underwater coral reefs of the Indian Ocean to produce seventy-nine paintings of icebergs, geysers, swamps, waterfalls, and oceans in tremendous variety. Because of the journey’s magnitude, this series was amassed over six years of work and travel.


Painting locations

  • Greenland
    • Kingigtoq
    • Naujatsiait
    • Sermermiut
  • Guyana
    • Kaieteur Falls
  • Honduras
    • Rio Plátano
    • Rio Zacate
  • Maldives
  • United Kingdom
    • Tywardreath Marsh, Cornwall, England
  • United States
    • Grand Canyon, Arizona
    • Hoh River, Washington
    • Okefenokee Swamp/Suwanee River, Georgia
    • Snake River, Idaho
    • Yellowstone, Wyoming

Past Tour locations

2003–05

  • Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter, England
  • James Graham & Sons, New York, New York
  • Montgomery Gallery, San Francisco, California
  • Frye Art Museum, Seattle, Washington
  • National Wildlife Museum, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
 

Other Past Journeys

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