The artfully coursed stone wall at No. 16 was the work of the Polish artist Jürek Zamoyski (a/k/a Jerzy Berowski), who owned this property with his wife, Kathy C. Berowski, from 1984 to 2000. The couple sold the property to Susan A. Wheelan and Jane H. Winter, a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. “The long history of nature on this planet, (including the evolution of life forms, continental shifts, the transformation of ocean floor into mountain range) is a subject I try to explore in all my work,” she is quoted as saying in Ewa Nogiec’s Provincetown Artist Registry. “I have to admit that I am impressed by the effect a billion years or so can have on one’s perspective.”
¶ Last updated on 8 June 2016.
Jürek Zamoyski wrote on 4 January 2014: That was my home for nearly 20 years of my life in P-town. The wall was my “P-town Souvenir” that I hope will last for a few long moments. Peace to all.