There are countless villages on the New England coast, but only one Rockport, Massachusetts. Girded by granite and sprayed with salt, it is both rock and port, a meeting ground of earth, sea, and sky. Rockporters cherish their closeness with nature, and the human-made features for which the town is best known seem to rise naturally from the earth's surface.
In a town famed for its artists, Andrew Borsari has raised nature photography to a high art indeed. Through two decades he has watched Rockport circle through the seasons while studying the shifting patterns of light and color that continually play over its landscapes. Andy's gallery on Tuna Wharf is a mecca for lovers of both art and nature, and his work has found its way into collections around the world.