As a kid who summered on the Cape, days were spent barefoot, walking the sand roads that lead to the local beaches, to a friend’s house, or to the ice cream truck that slowly stalked us as it drove slowly through the beach parking lot. Those roads still exist, and this one, located in Dennisport, reminded me of those similar roads near our summer cottage on Scraggy Neck, on the shores of Buzzard’s Bay. “Beach Road” 14 x 14
Living on an island, as I did many years ago on Martha’s Vineyard, there are times you feel trapped by island life. It’s often difficult, and expensive, to get a boat back to the mainland. And despite the beauty and uniqueness of the Vineyard, sometimes you just needed to get off-Island. And that wasn’t always easy, or possible. This place is in on the Vineyard, in Tisbury. Painted several times…and in this case the fence reminded me of those days you didn’t have the freedom to go where you wanted. “Fenced In” 48 x 36 o/c.