These three drawings have been accepted to Black & White, a juried exhibition hosted by Workshop 13 in Ware, MA.
69 Main Street
In Person Exhibition from August 6th to 28th
Saturdays/Sundays 1 to 5 pm
Opening Reception Saturday August 3 3:00-5:00
Online Exhibition available Starting August 9th. Visit www.workshop13.org/
Where Ignorant Armies Clash by Night
This is a larger version of a sketch I did shortly after January 6, 2021. This image, from the last line of "Dover Beach", a poem by Matthew Arnold, has stuck with me ever since I was a child and my father quoted it as we drove by the oil refineries on the New Jersey Turnpike.
An imaginary person in an imaginary scene; make of it what you will. Perhaps she represents remembered love and peace, far from the battle.
Heath Street Stop
I used to live on the same MBTA line as the Boston VA Hospital, where veterans would travel by streetcar to get health care. Long after the battles are over and forgotten, the people that fought them still need help and support. A sacred obligation being flouted today by the politics of spite.
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