is difficult for painters to capture. We deal with a frozen moment situation. Claude Monet solved his curiosity with haystacks by painting an entire series. Contemporary kinetic sculptors such as Janet Echelman andAnne Lilly create works whose movement IS the art. Gazing at the face of a loved one provides multitudinous "looks" in the course of a day. Which one to choose for the frozen moment? Likewise with the ocean. Colors, texture and direction change many times during the course of the day. During our shore vacation, I painted only 2 very small watercolors of the ocean. There could have been dozens. Yet each one allows me to feel the infinite.