Fall Into Winter

I celebrate fall and the return of the very special light that is here in Skagit Valley.  The fields have been harvested, the geese return, and it seems that dusk has meaning.  All of creation feels the waning light, and I feel grateful to turn my attention inward and towards home.

You might be interested also in the show at the Skagit County Historical Museum where I have a painting titled “When Dusk Had Meaning”* on exhibit with some of the most influential artists to practice here.  The show celebrates this art and a new book by Claire Swedberg, In the Valley of Mystic Light. See more at www.skagitcounty.net/museum

*Van Morrison used this phrase in a song he wrote.

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