"Worlds Within Worlds" (excerpt)
Painter, Anne Sherwood Pundyk, begins her story, "I prefer the mode of the turtle: slow, steady, and non-confrontational. I have my reasons. I am easily swayed and overly sensitive to slights and criticisms. I like carrying my protective house with me. This is my way." Appearing outside her rural painting studio, a box turtle is a reminder of worlds within worlds and the passages between them.