A couple of Fridays ago we went to the Portland Museum of Art to see the Lois Dodd show Catching the Light. One striking point that can be said about this show is that 'Dodd does windows'. Through her windows, we see clapboard sheds, gardens, rivers, lawns, steps, barns and even the artist herself. The show isn't all about windows, but her work, seen through her casements, was for me the most revealing of her paintings. There were a few inward peeks, but most were stolen glances of outside scenes of the natural world around her. She'd probably take a pass on this windowpane, a bit too dark, murky and dust ladened for her. This glass shop, closed for the season, caught my eye. A time for reflection.