oil on wood, 12 x 12 inches
Just before his death, Giorgio Morandi said “‘I have so many ideas that I still want to realize’.
What is striking about his late work are the cool colors and the dissolving boundaries
Painted in 1960
Dark mist rolls over what had been brightness
For artwork to hold significance or persuasion, according to the ancient Greeks, it must have grounding in reality.
How about a rock and its watery reflection falling into outer space,
Stone People at Old Mission Peninsula, fully submerged in the Great Lake a decade or so ago, are now exposed,
Jadebusen, December 2007
Lake Michigan, January 20, 2008
Still very cold at the Empire bluff.