As with all residencies – there is a ripple effect that takes place once I am home. It’s been 3 weeks since I returned from my 5 week stay out on Monhegan Island, a small Maine island 12 miles off shore.
I could tell you how much I loved watching the light house beam sweep across the roof tops every night, or I could tell you about the day I hiked for 5 hours, or I could show you some pictures of the rust paper collages that I created.
I could also tell you how I came to love the inner woods for walking, shying away from the drama of the cliffs and how I fell in love with the works of James Fitzgerald.
But I think the best way to share about my time is to add a couple photos here — and then to wait.
Wait for the tide to recede and rise a few more times. Wait for the moon to wax and wane few more months. Wait for my heart to settle. And wait for new works in progress to continue to emerge.
Thank you for waiting along side me.