Thursday, April 14, 2016

The Winds of Night Come Shoreward Roaming

“The Winds of Night Come Shoreward Roaming”   Pastel   9” x 12”   $100    © Sharon Lewis
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A colleague reminded me the other day, “April is the cruelest month” and he wasn’t referring to the weather. This is the time of year at most universities and colleges where students and faculty are stressed with too much to do and not enough time to do it. No one is at their best at this time of year.
And so, for all of my harried, stressed out colleagues and students, I give you this quiet, peaceful cove where you see the sun setting over the mountains, hear the sounds of gulls, and feel the winds of night.
Happy Weekend!
P.S. The title of this painting comes from the poem, "Sea Sunset" by Lucy Maud Montgomery

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