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The horse sketches are recent.
The Individuation Series of five large canvases accompanies a written description of the process of Individuation in five progressive steps/paintings from the initial abstract idea to the last painting as a more refined version of the same thing. Individuation is a Jungian concept referring to the process of refinement a person may experience as they define their individuality. This takes place over time, hence the sequence of five paintings.
 I use but am not wedded to realism. Every reality is  subjective reality. 
There are commonalities of symbolic language in imagery, associations we share. But I wouldn't say what another viewer or artist must define about what anyone else's narrative will be. 

In addition to this series are other paintings who's descriptions will be detailed at a later date, but I include here: the T Major Arcana Series. This is three paintings on canvas which altogether are about 17 feet long and 6 feet high.  
There are pictures of a mural of the Great Wall of China, located at Christina Wan's Mandarin House in Ft Lauderdale .
There is a large scroll with another Asian themed piece, inspired by the I Ching. 
There are three pencil drawings, Mars: The Coming of War, Kronos/Saturn, and Transformation.