My watercolors are a way of taking notes from the
landscape. In the late seventies and early eighties I showed at
Cape Split Place. This gallery was run by Norma and John Marin Jr.
in the artist's former summer home. Those of us who were fortunate
enough to show there will always treasure it. I also spent considerable
time photographing Marin's work which left a lasting influence on
Many of my watercolors were painted at Schoodic Point,
a branch of Acadia National Park. This wonderful place has been
inspiring artists (including Marin and Marsden Hartley) for generations.