dusk; coming home
2011 - 2014
acrylic on wood panel
24 x 12 x 1.5
This work also represents the feeling of a glance out of a moving vehicle. It is dusk and there is very little left to be seen, save the beautiful sky and thin reflection on the snow, dotted with the twinkle of oncoming traffic. The headlights work against nature, countering its shroud of darkness, growing stronger against it. The dry road divides the land as the traffic will soon fade from view and disappear back into the night. The work represents the flipside of industry affecting nature: as we watch the cars go by the natural darkness is eventually encompassing everything, including our resistance. --- This work won "Best in Show" at the COAA juried exhibition in 2015. SOLD