Sunday, April 29, 2007

I was awarded an Artist Residency at the C-scape Dune Shack in Provincetown, MA for three weeks this summer! I am also the proud recipient of the fellowship-a stipend for my stay. I had the occasion to visit the dune shacks during one of my summer visits to the Cape. I was intrigued by the solitude a residency there could provide. The stories we were told about the dunes conjured up images of freedom, painting, and poetry. Spending time at the edge of the world, at the tip of deserted beach, in a small shack without a phone, running water, electricity or even a nearby road appeals to my over-stimulated senses. To paint, reflect and write for a few weeks in this space by myself would be an incomparable opportunity for growth in my work.


C. Robin Janning said...


Congratulations!!! How wonderful and how wonderfully envious I am. I look forward to seeing the work that is born here.

Thanks for the comment over on my blog. It is good to see you back.


Sarah Ogren said...

Congrats! A place without running water would be tough for me. Your work is beautiful by the way.

Sue Foss said...


Thanks for the comment! I know it will take a little getting used to, but I think the solitude of the residency will more than make up for the lack of running water, besides, I'm more concerned about the mice! LOL.