|In Dreams I Flew Over the River|
I am very happy to announce that In Dreams I Flew Over the River is now a permanent part of the Visions of the Susquehanna River Art Collection, housed in the Zimmerman Center for Heritage. It's been on loan to the collection for several years, while funds were raised for its purchase.Rob Evans (l), Curator, Mark Platts (r), President, and Betsy Buckingham, Development and Outreach Director.
Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail, adding to its prestige and visibility. The other works in the Visions of the Susquehanna River Art Collection are magnificent and significant, and I am both proud and humbled to have my work join them. If you find yourself in the Lancaster/York County part of Pennsylvania, be sure to view the Collection, hike the trail, and check out the other attractions that comprise the Susquehanna Heritage.
Above is the Zimmerman Center building, with its great view of the Susquehanna; below is a fisheye image of the river with choppy ice forming.
Below is another fisheye image of some cattails growing on the banks of the river:
Did you know--In Dreams I Flew Over the River began as a literal dream? I've lived near the Susquehanna most of my life, and it apparently features heavily in both my conscious and subconscious mind. I woke from a dream one day with this imagery and theme very vividly apparent, and was driven to stop everything and make this art quilt. You can track back the story by clicking here.
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