Wednesday, July 30, 2008


In the Acadia National Park on Isle Au Haut, Maine, there are areas called "blowdowns", where shallow-rooted fir trees live short lives, dying enmasse. Winter storm winds off the Atlantic sweep the island, blowing down the dead trees. Fog softens the grim landscape, luring the viewer toward an introspective state.
- Nancy Boudreau

This is an acrylic painting on gessoed mat board, approximately 5" x 7"
signed and dated with the above comments on the back.

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