Great Lakes Memory, 8″x8″
Glaciers carried rocks from Earth’s early eras southward into the Great Lakes basin. By 2021, Lake Michigan had risen far beyond record high levels; high surf left behind an unending supply of rounded stones. “The Lake keeps washing up more rocks—millions and millions of multicolored rocks,” says Wisconsin artist Elizabeth G Fagan.
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About the Artist
Elizabeth G Fagan is an artist, photographer, and writer. She calls her place in the world Lake Michigan’s Left Coast.
Fagan describes her art as “Eclectic 21st-Century.” Her work can be printed in a variety of media: prints, canvases, wood panels, calendars, greeting cards, and more. Artwork dimensions given in inches.
- “Art from Lake Michigan’s Left Coast,” Grinnell College Alumni Association
- Cedarburg Artists Guild
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