Postcards from Grenada

Sunday, April 6th, 2014. Filed under: Legendary Landscapes

Magazine Beach, Point Salines, Grenada, West Indies.

View towards St. George’s from Point Salines, Grenada.

Shore textures, Magazine Beach, Grenada.

Greetings from Grenada, an island with natural beauty so seductive that–other than a wild ride up the coastal mountains to Gouyave for Friday Night Fish Fry–I’ve spent all my time on the beach. Along the beach, an array of sunbathers that tickle me as resembling a gallery of Henry Moore’s monumental reclining women and modern Chac-Mools.

I’ll be posting on Henry Moore and the new AGO Bacon/Moore show in a few days for the ArtSmart Roundtable. For now, back to the beach!

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