Dancing in the Storm
I painted this right before the pandemic began. It holds more profound wisdom than I realized. This painting reminds me to lighten up and worry less. It gives me hope in times of hopelessness. Sometimes, you just have to let go, dance in the rain, and feel the thunder as it roars.
13 X 17.5 inches
This painting was inspired by the serenity of sunlight in forests. When light spills down onto the forest floor, it illuminates everything, including the soul.
The Sunshine Ahead
16 X 11.5 inches
Sunshine and good things lie ahead. Who knows what wonders await around the corner. Just believe, and you will see.
12 x 8.5 inches
This painting was inspired by Lanikai beach. After the beaches reopened recently after months of being closed due to Covid-19, people seemed even more ecstatic to be back at the healing waters of the sea. When I visited this beach for the first time after quarantine, I experienced an overwhelming sense of feeling alive again. All that time indoors kept me hidden away in the cool shadows, but soaking up that sweet Vitamin D once again invigorated my being. I will never forget the feeling it gave me.
Chloe Tomomi is a watercolor artist born and raised in Honolulu, Hawai’i. Her paintings are visual representations of her inner world and emotions. Different types of landscapes and themes in nature reflect her thoughts, sentiments, hopes, and dreams. Painting is one of Chloe’s main forms of communication, and she hopes that others will feel comforted and understood through her work. Chloe believes that nature holds much wisdom in plain sight if only we can learn to truly listen, look, and realize. She often writes poetry or personal notes to pair with her paintings as well. One day, Chloe aspires to become a master watercolor artist and teach workshops around the world.