Hills of the East End    


(...) Смиренье растений растянуто
между силами невесомости.
со светом своим совпадает, безмерно,
     хотя и податливо;
возможно, холст так сплетен, расследуя
    уменьшение нетронутого расстояния.

– A.Т. Драгомощенко 

One of the properties of the lyrical is that it affirms the fullness of the received experience without subordinating it to explanatory means. It strives for a clarity without comprehension, a moment when nothing needs to be done. It is this sense of limits that makes it akin to a sense of place.

Hills of the East End is a continuous study of the Atlantic coastal barrens — the dwarf pine forests, high dunes and grassy wetlands.