I helped send off some friends with a little sneaky van installation.
Thank yous of and to Alaska
Before leaving Maine for Seattle, I was lucky enough to be part of a group show at the The Good Supply in Bristol. Catherine did a wonderful job organizing the event in her beautifully refurbished barn, and it was great to meet and work with two other talented Maine artists, Margaret Rizzio and Jessica Lee Ives. Here are a few photos from the installation.
I recently spent a week at my friend’s farm in the Adirondacks. Alex and Margot started Sugar House Creamery a few years ago and have been making delicious cheese ever since. Last year they asked me to make some paintings using a pile of a old barn doors they had lying around, and this spring I was able to make it happen. Here are some pictures of my work and their beautiful farm.
I took the road out back
with morning sun and spongy defrosting grounds.
Likely the last new covering of snow.
Melt trickled down lines of the rutted bedrock tracks.
Small animal foot prints crossed the road.
Stone wall lined woods lead the way
to old foundations and swamps.
An evenly spread dusting on bare ground,
like the first snow.
A last sputter of winter.
Now come the bugs.