(16 pieces, each 9.5″ x 7.5″, inkjet print on wood)
These photographs provide an impressionistic glimpse of the Pacific North West and its rich history in steam power. I am interested in the textures, colors and the details of machinery which lies decaying in locomotive graveyards of Tillamook and Snoqualmie and at the decommissioned generating station of Georgetown. I like the opportunity to focus on the details and render them into the deconstructed abstract, allowing the viewer to see the curves and forms of the skeletons of forgotten function.
This collection of photographs was shown at the Kirkland Arts Center in December 2010.