| || |
End of Summer
7 x 9 in
Provided by the artist - Gene Laughter
© Gene Laughter
"You can tell when the tourist season has ended at the beach by the clothes lines. During the summer season each of the cottages has bathing suits and colorful towels hanging on the outside clothes lines, waving in the breeze. When the clothes lines are bare it means that beach life has returned to a slower pace - the tourists have gone.
I was attracted to this empty clothes line by the graphic nature of the scene. I liked the many converging lines and angles. Brush inked on Agfa MCC 118 paper using black, blue, yellow and brown inks." (Gene Laughter, August 2006)