I’m drawing inspiration for my next gallery project from a passage in David Gessner’s “Return of the Osprey”:
“It may be as simple as this: human constructs, whether architectural , philosophical, scientific, or literary, are strongest when nature serves at their base. The base of our creations are a marraige of the human and the wild, thought and instinct, the product of a place in between. And if it’s the places in between that are the most interesting and the most nourishing, then they are also the places that hold the most hope for the future.”
Over the next couple of months I’ll be assembling the pieces here on the blog. I hope you will enjoy putting the puzzle together with me. I’ll probably ask for advice now and then on some of the trickier parts.