oil on linen panel


in the artist’s private collection

This was the first study I did of our view from a camp at Thompson’s Point in Charlotte, Vermont. We look across Farmers Bay to Long Point, and I plan to paint a continuing series of paintings of this view as a way to be in the space between regretting the past and worrying about the future. Capturing the in-between of foreground and background and the shifting reflections and movement of the water that lie in the middle way have become for me a metaphor for learning to live in the present moment.