This fall, four female artists came together in the Northern Poconos on the shores of Lake Wallenpaupack, at Lacawac Sanctuary and Biological Field Station. Lacawac is a nature center, environmental education facility, ecological research station and historic venue, and for fifty years has welcomed all ages for the opportunity to learn, study, and create.
Though initial geography may impart a sense of isolation, this area of the Northern Poconos is a wealth of life and cultural discovery. On one afternoon, artists Geri Gray and H. E. Ramage stumbled onto the land of local nature artist Larry Doda. Extensive ecosystem-supporting gardens, balanced cairns made from stones collected from the ruins of centuries-old structures, and trails through a beloved cypress-filled bog number among the creations of this solitary but memorable artist.