This small painting was created during Wasserman's art residency at Kenosha Light House Studio in the summer of 2019. The artist lived and painted inside this historic lighthouse in Kenosha for one week. She picked and preserved plants from the beach and a few of them made it into this painting. They define the basic geometric structure of the painted space. The two small figures of girls rowing were added on top of the plants. These were the girls that would come to the beach and canoe in the blue waters of Lake Michigan. The painting was created in acrylic and oil on linen. It was exhibited during the Elephant Room's Gallery 10th Anniversary Show in December 2019. This painting is framed(White floater frame)and is ready to hang.