Based on a photo taken on a ferry ride to the mainland on a just-still-warm-enough September morning, this painting focuses on the muted blues and greens and greys of that day. And on the way the sun seemed to be white, not gold.
It’s an exploration of the way the hard lines of the ferry look set against the softness of the shore in the distance.
Named for a Bruce Springsteen song, this painting is an homage to the fact the ferry is the only way to get all the way home.
This painting has been mounted in a locally-made custom wood frame crafted by local artisan Cameron Gray. The piece is fitted with hanging hardware and is ready to display in your home.