Across the river there was a low red and gold
grove of sassafras with hills of dark blue trees
behind it and an occasional pine jutting
over the skyline. Behind, in the distance,
the city rose like a cluster of warts on the
side of the mountain. The birds revolved
downward and dropped lightly in the top
of the highest pine and sat hunch-shouldered
as if they were supporting the sky.

—Flannery O'Connor, The River

Eyes on the South Feature
Oxford American Magazine

Brief Interview
STRANT Magazine

11 December 2015 - 24 January 2016
Ogden Museum of Southern Art

This project is ongoing.