Schoodic Peninsula

In the fall of 2009, I was awarded a three-week artist’s residency on the Schoodic Peninsula in Maine, a little-known part of Acadia National Park. In this period of solitude, I gloried in the natural beauty of the coastline: its tidal pools teeming with rockweed, mussels, starfish and barnacles; the massive pink granite rocks sliced by blue-black basalt; the boreal forests strewn with pillows of bright green moss; and the various red, orange and white lichen clinging to tree trunks and stones.

My plan was to tether one fleeting instant in time—the moment I captured with my camera—to a permanent image of these natural wonders.


*Archival prints available in 12”x18”, 16”x23”, 20”x30” and larger on special order