Shore Birds II
November 1, 2019
American Fine Art Magazine - Review by Jay Cantor
I prefer lakes. This is likely the result of 13 youthful summers on a lake in southwestern Maine. The glassy surface of a lake is both calming and inviting. It is simultaneously transparent yet defined. A crystalline pool whose bottom remains visible. Its borders, repeated in reflections which, while dissolved by any surface disturbance, quickly reappear. An early morning plunge into its depths is invigorating. Although immersed, you know where you are, and the safety of the shore is easily attainable.
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