Is it because living creatures are mostly water, is that why the medium of watercolor works so well in capturing the image of an animal or plant? You could spiel out some metaphysical fantasy to that effect, sure; but the more concrete truth of the matter is this: It takes a painter with the talent, skill, and intent of Carol Dawson
to render visuals accurate enough to express the inherent beauty of this world's flora and fauna. Now here's the local writer
's fourth solo show at WWG, with a bounty of birds among the botanicals, and the whole thing just about makes the heart take flight.
Through Sept. 29