Participating in wilderness residencies is such a privilege. I get to be and see places I probably wouldn't experience otherwise. Listening to others, reading, and just plain feet on the ground spending time in the space - I learn so much, become inspired, grow.
My work seldom travels in a straight line, and time is an important component of my practice. I'm still processing the experience. There have been a lot of changes since I kayaked this area thirty years ago. Until the work materializes I can share words, be the eyes for others, give a shout out for the wilderness and a vote for it's preservation.
A few images from the fringe (Broad Pass, & Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center)