“Sea Coal” is sometimes found along the tide line in New Jersey. These wave-tumbled bits of coal are likely from sunken ships from long ago. There are many along our coast! I like to think that each piece holds a bit of history.
Still lifes are historically constructed from man-made objects, or items that are no longer living. This arrangement of a well-worn shell fragment, a sand crab carapace, a tiny twig, and a dead fly is perfect. The breathing-hole evidence of mollusks … Continue reading →