A few days before the floor fell out from under the world (as we knew it) I got a call from a person interested in some of my prints. They were from a series I did a number of years ago on the old Burden Iron Works in Troy. Today’s first two images are part of that project.
Not having viewed them in a while, I dug them up in my photo library. And that act took me down a photo “rabbit hole” that resulted in the contents of this post. It became a pleasant diversion for me. I don’t know if these images string together in any way, other than in my enjoyment reacquainting with them. So without thinking too much about it I thought I’d share them with you. We all deserve some little diversions these days.
Barnacle Laden Bivalve
Gastropods in a Tortoise Shell
Brachiopod in Hand
Butterflies, La Specola
Devonian Drawer: Gastropod
Abstract Concrete 1
Abstract Concrete 2
59th Street Bridge
Railroad Spur, Long Island City
Railroad Overpass, Long Island City
Thanks for the visit.
The Troy ones really hold up. Shiny and steam punk cool. Sell..
Hope you are ok. Surviving in place… L,
Those old pieces look mighty familiar to me! I have a similar one on my living room wall. Stay sane brother. Thinking of you.
I’ve been missing your posts, Art, and hope you are OK. This post is one I have somehow missed. Beautiful, as always.
So very nice to hear from you Linda. I hope you were able to withstand this past year of COVID madness and are well. I just noticed that my last post appeared exactly one year ago today. Believe it or not I don’t think I have picked up my camera since then. I have not been idle though. My painting has taken over and keeps me more than busy. Thank you for the kind note. Be well.
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I’m glad to know you are making more of your fine paintings, Art, even as I miss your posts. And of course I’m glad to know that you are OK.