Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Motif # 1 Damons' Point

This little 'shack' has been perched precariously on an island near the mouth of the North/South River confluence forever. It washed away during the Blizzard of '78 and was rebuilt. It's recently been remodeled to be more of a house with a gabled roof. I'm glad I have many photos of it 'before'. I used to know a lady who lived there.

3 comments:

LUCIANO FIGUEIREDO said...

Good to know you are back to easel!
I love houses with a history...

Paula said...

Don't you love all the little buildings that dot our shorelines, tucked away on their own little amazing pieces of land? It's a lovely image...one of those that each time I pass by I think, "I should paint that...." Glad you did!

floots said...

thanks for looking in on my blog and giving me the chance to see you great art work
i especially like this one - as a painting but also because it brings out the hermit in me :)
cheers

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