A collection of warm-toned vignettes reminiscent of America’s early twentieth-century rust belt era. Industrial Abstracts that are bold, simple geometric forms with strong lines and angles. Contrasted with warm golden textured hues. The images were curated from over 2000 photographs I made at a defunct blast furnace. Truly, art is where you find it.
The first six images shown below were originally published in the 2017 edition of “Seeing in Sixes,” by Lenswork Publishing.
Your prints are personally crafted by me using the best archival materials available. I use the highest-quality luster paper to bring out all the subtle colors and details. Each print is personally signed by me. And then it is on its way to you via Priority Mail in just a few days. Several other print options such as acrylic, metal, and canvas are available. Please contact me for more information.
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