Boatbuilding On The Aspetuck

Fall 2013 - Volume 17 Number 4

 

Boatbuilding On The Aspetuck

"Boatbuilding On The Aspetuck"

18" x 24"

mixed media

Phillip LaBorie

The original artwork to accompany "Boatbuilding On The Aspetuck: An Artist's Thoughts About Art, Aging, and Anxiety" (page 86). It is composed of watercolor and acrylic paints, colored pencil highlights, scraps of paper, and natural and manufactured items.

The artwork was three-dimensionally scanned and prepared for accurate reproduction by Photographic Solutions of Norwalk, CT.

Mr LaBorie is an Artist and Writer in Murrells Inlet, SC. Email: plaborie@voxinc.net.

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