Join me on a walk . .. maybe a row or swim would be more accurate although the row and swim have already been done. What is this? Answer follows . . . remember that double-clicking on an image enlarges it.
The wood body . . . vessel or sounding board?
Okay . . . vessel. By a view from stem and
stern you might wonder more about it.
In this same “boathouse” are large drawings and on the far wall a video is projected. Turn the video screen 90 degrees counterclockwise (cock your head that way) and you’ll see water, horizon, and sky.
Here’s a whirlpool detail from one of the drawings and
near the center of the foto below you see it transferred onto the hull. Boat hull as sketchbook, I like it.
By the way, Marie’s website has been on my blogroll for over two years under the category “recreation.”
By the way, some personal disclosure . . . seeing boats indoors is not unusual for me: I have two kayaks hanging from my living room ceiling. One can be seen on the “about tugster” page. The other is a 1935 Folbot, all wood and brass, skinless at the moment.
Don’t you have one? Shouldn’t everyone? And yes, those are Christmas lights.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp.
Unrelated: if I don’t post tomorrow, indulge me. I’m working on a special project for a special event.