oil on linen
35 x 40 in
In the 1990s, John Fox spent time around Damariscotta, Maine. More intrigued by the farmlands than the seacoast, he inhabited this landscape with ramshackle buildings on one side and tilled fields on the other. By adding to and subtracting from what was really there, he turns it into a world of mauves, blues and ochres, warmed by golden summer light.