When Dave and Mike assist Napster at the easel, the tendency is to employ the 'wet tail' brushing technique. The resulting brush work is less detailed than with a 'dry tail' technique, but the sweep of the tail lends itself to large motifs.
Combined with the vivid palate, this piece evokes the shades of an autumn sunset reflected in the lake.
Some folks see an Archer, some -- turning the piece on its side -- picture an Anchor.
Like many of Napster's works, it can be many things to many people.