Wednesday, May 3rd, 2023
There’s a narrow stretch of the Cape, in North Truro, that runs along Cape Cod Bay. On the west side is the Bay and on the east side the Atlantic. These two summer places sit feet from the shoreline and are subjected, at times, to winds from the Bay and winds coming in from the Atlantic, caused by the unique geography of this farthest most part of the peninsula. The Atlantic is almost always turbulent, and the bay most often calm, but in this part of the Cape, you’re subjected to the winds of both, at the same time. “Crosswinds” 40 x 30 oil on canvas.