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Archival papers were used in this paper sculpture depicting the subtle transitions from shadow to highlight from a simple five step grayscale. (1… Read More
Archival papers were used in this paper sculpture depicting the subtle transitions from shadow to highlight from a simple five step grayscale. (18 x 25 x 1.5 inches) Read Less
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Life Force

Pursuing the promise of an amazing view at the Lookout trail in Ontario's Algonquin Park, I ventured across the highway to a less travelled path. On my trek I was captivated by a Hemlock which was growing straight and tall in its race for the sun. Like fingers grasping a baseball, its roots flowed in all directions around a massive boulder anchoring the tree and assuring sustenance. As I puzzled over the effects of decades of erosion, I marvelled at this powerful life force and the often obvious but sometimes inconspicuous challenges faced by all living things.

art dimensions 18 x 25
displayed in the Algonquin Art Centre, Algonquin Park Ontario Canada