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Recycled materials, woven copper, chemical patina, polychrome 6” x  6.5” x  7”


My wife and I visit the Blackwater Wild Life refuge hoping to glimpse the visiting waterfowl and resident eagles. The sanctuary a mix of marsh, woodland, open water, and ever-changing landmasses provides many opportunities to record the expansive landscape of ever-changing shrub islands, inlets, and open water. I originally believed that Blck water was a native American name but later discovered that the source of the name blackwater comes from the water's deep red-brown color, the result of the tannin in the nearby peat bogs. 17" x 14.5” x 14”