Sister Bay, Wisconsin, July 2015
Door County, Wisconsin is one of my favorite places in the world. It represents sacred time with family: apple picking in early autumn; seeing my Dad flying down sledding hills in the winter screeching with delight; paddle boarding into the bay come summer in what feels like the ocean. This frame of the water was taken perched on the patio where wine flows freely and together as a family we watch the sunset every night. It's a perch that has echoed words of vulnerability, delight, and stories new and old. It's a patio that has held the footsteps of our nieces and nephews as they now approach their teenage-years and now our dear Dottie's as she toddles along its rough edges looking for more rocks to skip. The water is as dark and as rough as it can be for fresh water, but its embrace is warm and soothing; just beneath its surface the calm is total.
- Only three editions available.
- Each edition signed by the artist.
- 30x45 archival print.
- Printed on premium fuji deep matte paper.
- Gallery white frame available upon request.