Cape Cod has been attracting artists to this grand land and its spectacular seas for more than a century. With thirty years experience covering the art scene on Cape Cod, Deborah Forman has selected fifty contemporary artists, including Anne Packard, Salvatore Del Deo, Bao Lede, Tabitha Vevers, and Carmen Cicero, whose works represent a spectrum of artistic styles, in multiple mediums. In this book, you will find work by painters, sculptors, and photographers who focus on the glorious light filtered through the Cape's skies, and are dazzled by the glories of nature in the Outer Lands. Many find mood or mystery in the peninsular landscape. Some artists look very specifically to the sea; others take to the land. Some take their inspiration elsewhere to illuminate other beautiful places, but always within a frame of reference of living on Cape Cod.
Deborah Forman is the author of Perspectives on the Provincetown Art Colony and Contemporary Cape Cod Artists: Images of Land and Sea. She has interviewed hundreds of artists for her books and articles on Cape Cod and New England.