Lines of memory



"Fibonacci's Workshop'' (watercolor), by BARBARA ERNST PREY, in the show "Re/Viewing the American Landscape,'' at Blue Water Fine Arts, in Port Clyde, Maine, July 20-Aug. 31.

The gallery says this is an  example of using color to create "a jarring balance.''

"Each wash within this painting has subtly changed the nature of the piece until the depth and balance are achieved, making the painting as much a reflection of the space changing over time as well as the artist's memory.''