Scattered throughout Pittsburgh’s urban landscape, buildings and structures resonate as unexpected icons of the city’s past and post-industrial present. Many of these places reflect loneliness and solitude—single structures amid areas of blight—while others communicate resilience and inclusivity, as found in buildings with chamfered corners that were sited in areas of civic importance. This series presents these places as part of the essential characteristics of Pittsburgh and its people.
Orange House, 14" x 14", mixed media on paper (sold)
Magenta House, 14" x 14", mixed media (sold)
Post-Industrial Present, 20" x 18", oil
West Park, 30" x 15", mixed media
Spinning Plate Gallery