Triptych Point of View Series

These series of paintings center around the concept that some locations are simply impossible to capture in a single composition and require multiple points of view to capture the true essence of exploring such a place.  While they deviate from a true Triptych format, the intent is the same with a 

large primary composition that captures the whole scene, and two smaller complimentary paintings that seek to explore other aspects of the location or to view it from multiple view points.

Blast Off From Freemont #3
Blast Off From Freemont #3

Oil on Canvas 24" x 24" $900

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Calumet & Hecla Mine Ruins #1
Calumet & Hecla Mine Ruins #1

Oil on Board 14" x 11" $500 The ruins of the Calumet & Hecla Mines Ahmeek Stamp mill in Tamarack City, MI. This was the base of a building at the end of a long conveyor system. The rock would be transported to the stamp mill and steam stamp machines like the one pictured in the #3 painting would crush the rock to extract copper. The long rows of concrete foundations reminded me of Roman Aqueducts. This is the first Triptych series I painted.

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Calumet & Hecla Mine Ruins 3
Calumet & Hecla Mine Ruins 3

Oil on Board 30" x 16" $950

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