Like her father, Tarisse paints a Water series. Technically, Tarisse captures the movement and shimmer of the water as seen from above through her varied tonal use of blues and whites. She paints aquatic peaks and troughs employing a condensation of dots to create the peaks and a sparseness of dots to reveal the black canvas below and represent the deep black waters and the shadows lurking underneath. They form such an optical effect the canvas appears to move and it is difficult to find a single focus point for long. The depth of the ‘Water’ paintings and the rejuvenating qualities it offers can be felt luring the viewer to Tarisse’s paintings.