The intension of this triptych is to visually reference the writings of Henry David Thoreau, who lived on Walden Pond near what is now the new hospice center in Lincoln, MA. He moved to a cabin on Walden Pond soon after the death of his brother. The combination of the hospice center hiring me to create site specific work and the research I did on Thoreau’s time on Walden Pond made a big difference in the success of this important space. The design team was able to consider proper lighting and optimal location for the painting.
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Meg Black is a New England based artist who works with natural fibers to create stunning works of art.