Beginning July 2
Waterfront, a five panel oil painting by the cathedral’s 2018 Artist in Residence Sukey Bryan, explores the beauty and simultaneous power and delicacy of the ocean. This painting brings the viewer in close as the water is shaped and blown apart by the physics of tidal movement, wind and shoreline. With intense environmental pressures on ocean life and rising global sea levels, our dependence and responsibility for care of the oceans and pushing back temperature rise is a front worth joining.
Also on view this summer, Tidal Race, a series of eight large-scale photographs (plaza).
Bryan also worked with Summer Arts campers and the Community Preschool to create Kelp Forest and Impressions of the Ocean, projects celebrating our oceans for National Ocean Month (plaza and outdoor labyrinth).