Westen Muntain's Lovesong, now on exhibit in Artisphere's Mezz Gallery. The exhibit summary poignantly explains:
The work is not interested in a literal description, but rather in a series of essential grace notes that the artist can transform into a continual reminder of where she might actually be. The resulting woodcut describes a landscape that is mildly faithful to the land itself, but is also heavily informed by the possibilities of what might be, or has been, or is.What might be, has been, or is nowhere but here in Rosslyn, the place you actually are. That's good news. Sing a lovesong with Thanksgiving.
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