On my walks, I often feel bewildered—amazingly lost in the wilderness, seeking signs and writing down observations. Marking the season by the buds and blooms on the trees, the return of the hooded mergansers to the pond, and the skunk cabbage popping up in the frozen winter ground. I seek the tracks of the bobcat, deer and hare in the snow and delight in finding wisps of wasp nests scattered along the road. Morning walks provide fodder for later work in the studio, bring me closer to what is in bloom, and root me to the 18th century farmhouse where I live.
bewilder: new works a solo exhibition was on view at Norte Maar from March 25 – April 23rd, 2017. [exhibition images courtesy of Norte Maar].