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Warming the Cliffs of Acadia - Seascape by C. Frederick Lawrenson
  Warming the Cliffs of Acadia  (2015)
Subject: Seascape
Dimensions (inches): 0 x 0
Medium: Acrylic on Masonite
Description: One of our favorite places to visit is Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island in Maine. We've been there three times and have enjoyed exploring the rocky coast. The rocks appear to have a very quartz content which reflects the natural light. Since that light changes depending on the weather and sky color, the rocks can appear cooler or warmer, depending on the atmospheric conditions. When the sky is blue or gray, these rocks have a much cooler color to them. However, on one early morning trek, we noticed that these same rocks had much warmer tones where they faced the yellows and oranges of a sunrise. I also wanted to show how the horizon line is obscured and seems to disappear into the early morning mist. I think my brother, Steve, might call this affect an "obsuriosty". The one lone gull was actually there, just warming up with the rocks.
 
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