84 x 40


Chinese ink, watercolor, acrylic, on Mulberry paper. Wood dowel, suspended by fishing line and American Eagle Door Knocker



It is Rumored is suspended by an antique American eagle doorknocker and is inspired by mysteries surrounding an area on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay called Bloody Point. It was rumored that dead and dying slaves were tossed from ships at this deepest point of The Bay after the Middle Passage. Unquestionably many thousands of enslaved men and women were transported through these waters. Their stories are lost to Time, a blue expanse flowing and filled with the bounty of The Bay. 


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