When asked to describe a garden landscape element that is not a bush, tree or flower, most people will suggest things like: bird feeders, ponds, fountains, or maybe a gazebo. Not many will suggest a photograph that is 9 feet x 3 feet. But I am happy to report that 18 months after River View was installed in a landlocked Providence backyard, the new ecosystem is thriving in all seasons. Just the other day oat grass and lilies were casting shadows and reflections that add depth and delight to the scene.
Adrift and Stillness will be featured at the Marion Art Center show, Impressions, that opens Friday, October 13 and runs until November 18th.
Look for my booth at the Art Providence Holiday Show at the Providence Convention Center, December 9th & 10th. Make a note in your calendar and click here to get a sneak peak at the wonderful group of artists who will be there.