“It is definitely all about the lake and dreaming about the lake. It expounds upon how, when I’m away from the lake, when I’m away from Duluth, it seems to be this thread that runs through my life. When you come over that hill and see the lake again, it’s so much coming home.
“It’s why it became such an interpretation of what Artistic Duluth means: Connection with water and this larger space.”
Sarah Brokke, an adjunct instructor at St. Scholastica, has a large-scale abstract oil painting called “Reverie” in the auction. Look familiar? It was hanging in the atrium at the Zeitgeist Arts building.
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