Incredibly ethereal color field painting of greens, blues, and browns. At first glance the image may seem like an abstract expressionist image void of reference. Take a moment longer to gaze at the painting, now step back a few feet. From a distance, ambiguous forms begin to take shape. The clouds of green on blue, with brown strokes, begin to render as trees reflecting on the water’s surface. Art lovers may have immediately drawn a correlation to Veeder’s painting and Monet’s Water Lillies series. Both take a sublime look at nature. Both artists seem fascinated by the physical interactions between light, air, and space over the traditional focus on realism. The image is painted on canvas, signed by the artist and housed in a gold brushed metal frame.