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22 x 30.25”
Watercolor, gesso and graphite on 300 lb. paper
Riverside excavates details from suburban Florida. Google earth maps of my neighborhood mimic the coral patterns under the ground on which our houses are built. Roseate spoonbills, herons, jellyfish and coral fans once thrived in the slow moving river called the Everglades. They now share their home with me and my neighbors. Our natural surrondings are compartmentalized and decorated with palm trees. We have divided them with canals, streets and arterials. The pulse of traffic on University Drive now has a stronger flow than the Everglades.