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The Digs | Mary's Farm

The Digs | Mary’s Farm
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Yet she never writes without saying how much she misses her home here, and the pond, and the spot under the trees where the artist now struggles to find, and keep, the right light. And so, for the artist, these are landscapes, driven by light and shadow, color and pattern — a scene hopefully captured in a split second. But for me, so much is invested here. These places are deeply layered in time and circumstance, an archaeological dig of stories hidden beneath the green and ever-beautiful earth.To view more paintings by David Dodge visit

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