The Blue of Distance  , 2015, acrylic on wood, dimensions variable  Borrowing its title from writer and historian Rebecca Solnit, The Blue of Distance invites a meditation on how we often find ourselves in the unknown – both metaphorically and physically. 

The Blue of Distance, 2015, acrylic on wood, dimensions variable

Borrowing its title from writer and historian Rebecca Solnit, The Blue of Distance invites a meditation on how we often find ourselves in the unknown – both metaphorically and physically. 

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   The Blue of Distance  , 2015, acrylic on wood, dimensions variable  Borrowing its title from writer and historian Rebecca Solnit, The Blue of Distance invites a meditation on how we often find ourselves in the unknown – both metaphorically and physically. 
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The Blue of Distance, 2015, acrylic on wood, dimensions variable

Borrowing its title from writer and historian Rebecca Solnit, The Blue of Distance invites a meditation on how we often find ourselves in the unknown – both metaphorically and physically. 

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