On a boat in the middle of the ocean, the horizon is the only still point; a stillness that can never be reached because it's always in the distance. Looking at the horizon is said to relieve sea sickness (mal de mer), offering physical and emotional stability. Throughout a 10 day trip on a 50 foot catamaran 500 miles west of Santa Barbara, I made 27 watercolor drawings of the horizon using a palette of ultramarine blue, white, and yellow ochre. The water I used was from the boat's filtration system; desalinated saltwater. Text by David Horvitz, published by Miniature Garden.