White Sunset through a Mesquite Tree
The sunsets I paint refer to the ideal sunset that attracted my parents to defect to Arizona in the 1980s. It was the beautiful pictures of the western horizon, depicted in ARIZONA HIGHWAYS magazine, that mesmerized my parents and convinced them that Phoenix, not Sydney Australia, was the place to live. Their preoccupation with the fantasy renderings of sunsets shaped the rest of our lives and my understanding of life in a democratic republic, monetized through tourism.
About the artist
Author photo by Anthony Zeh