Art of the Cape Cod Beach

Oil and cold wax by Linda Lieberman

Five scenes by Linda Lieberman, accompanied by five phrases from naturalist Robert Finch’s essay “Beginnings” in The Outer Beach.

“When I first beheld that wild beach…”

“I waved my arms out and in, up and down…”

“Of course I was conducting nothing.”

“…it was I who was being conducted by the sea…”

“…to become a part of its overwhelming majesty.”

Seeing It: Where and When

Oil, cold wax, and burlap by Linda Lieberman

Mark August, 490 Main Street, Chatham, Massachusetts, USA

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Cape Cod Art

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