Skipping Stones takes a more inclusive and personal approach. The action snippets depicted in this painting are broad and not limited to a specific location; rather, they represent a game that is widely enjoyed worldwide. However, this work incorporates Lake Peipus (the largest lake in Estonia, on the border to Russia) and pays homage to Estonian art history. Jüris drew inspiration from Aili Vint's colour schemes. More so, Jüris aimed to infuse a microscopic dimension, forming the wave-like shapes so that not only would they resemble water, but also plant cell patterns.