complexity in the commonplace

'People are a marvelous mystery to me.  I often see them in color; some are ruddy and some are silver gray.  They're moods in themselves.  To me everyone is as important as everyone else; everything is as important as everything else.  In some way a tree is just as important as a person, in its own life.'  -Andrew Wyeth, from Andrew Wyeth A Secret Life by Richard Merryman

 Andrew Wyeth, Coot Hunter, 1941

Andrew Wyeth, Coot Hunter, 1941