Wake of the Dutchman (c) Virginia Mallon 2015

 

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Nautical images of a purgatory of ships waiting to be reborn

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Wake of the Dutchman © Virginia Mallon 2015

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WAKE OF THE DUTCHMAN Ships, like cats, have many lives. Here on the north most end of the north fork, the old flotilla repose in a quiet purgatory. Riggings torn, rudders warped, these grand dames rest in a netherworld the color of earth and sky. ABOUT In the wake of the Dutchman, they lie in wait, to be reborn. Quiet ears can hear their tales of days gone by in the whisper of the wind and the change of tides. Patient wabi-sabi is revealed in in the beauty of transience. Imperfection is celebrated in cobalt, ochre, and sienna before they are born again. Virginia Mallon is a painter, photographer, and blogger with a focus on both human and environmental subjects including urban landscapes, nautical spaces, and personal histories. A New York native, she currently lives in Crab Meadow, NY. Ms. Mallon received a Bachelor of Arts from Queens College of the City University of New York and prior to that studied with Robert Barrell, Indian Space artist at his Forest Park School of Art in Woodhaven. Virginia Mallon is a member of the National Association of Women Artists, the Northport Art Coalition, and the Smithtown Township Arts Council. Her work is shown and collected internationally. FOR MORE INFORMATION (646) 641-8545 VirginiaMallon@yahoo.com www.VirginiaMallon.com

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