Hieroglyphs at Schoodic Point


24×24 inches, acrylic and wood on canvas

Schoodic Point is formed of huge rocks that are seams of metamorphosed lava canals of an ancient volcano that was tilted sideways and scoured by glaciers in the ice age. There are markings on the basalt and granite veins that make me think of hieroglyphs. In the raking light of late afternoon, some of the rocks even suggest ancient temples or cities in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. I am fascinated with the rocks and the waves that crash over them in “geysers” of foam and “fans” of spray.



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