Shank of the Evening, 1997
There are about 15 minutes at the end of the day when colors turn brilliant from the low angle of the sun - the golden time. Artists tend to love this time of the day for its saturated colors.
The golden time means more to me than it ever did. The hour before dark is a sacred time in my day. I spend it either alone or with the people closest to me. It's got implications of glorious endings, as well as the coming of new potential. Reemes Mitchell called it The Shank of the Evening.