A slippery subject – shifting tides and clouds sliding through blue, nothing firm for a foot – it’s all in motion. Based on a view near the lower end of the Bay of Fundy, the painting is about space, clean air, and change. The tides are always shifting, land comes and goes dramatically, the skies are always changing. I love the way one form slips into another. It’s easy to forget what’s water and what’s sky, or where land begins and ends. That slipperiness leaves room for anticipation – a wonderment about what will happen next. And a delight in discovery. Enjoy.