Dana R. Malcolm, ASMA“What Will Be”Oil, 24" x 36"
On days such as this, there's no other place I'd rather be than at the beach as the sun begins to set. It was a cool, crisp mid-November day at Plymouth's Long Beach, just a few weeks after Hurricane Sandy. Unusually large waves were rolling in and a few metal lobster traps had actually washed up on the shore. Nearby, a quahog shell was deposited in a thin glaze of tide that reflected the sky above. The warm glow of light and radiant color was breathtaking. Immediately, I knew I had to capture the essence of that moment.