Using a Watch as a Compass

Using a Watch as a Compass


"Using a Watch As a Compass"


When you find yourself lost in the wilderness or adrift at sea with no way to tell which direction you’re traveling, it is possible to use an analog watch as a makeshift compass to get your bearings. But what do we use in our personal lives when it feels as if nothing is certain or secure and we are floating aimlessly while being pummeled by rain and buffeted by the waves? How do we find our “True North” again to guide us home?


48x48" framed in an unfinished maple floater frame.

Finished with an archival satin varnish.

Signed on the front.

Signed, titled, and dated on the back.

Wired and ready to hang.


**This painting is available for pre-sale and will not be shipped until the end of October at the conclusion of Kristen's group show, Chasing 360, on exhibit at the Curtis Center for the Arts in Greenwood Village, CO.  Upon purchase of this piece, you will receive a receipt via email and a red dot will be placed on the corresponding tag at the gallery to reserve this painting just for you!