A roomful of bowed boards provide tension to support drywall ceiling tiles while adhesive mastic dries. Getting from one side of the room to the other was somewhat of a challenge, requiring agility, frequent turns, and, occasionally, repositioning boards accidentally dislodged.
This gothic Architecture photographed includes very tall stone pillars and a lighted ceiling above a corridor at Angell Hall – located in Ann Arbor, on the campus of the University of Michigan. If interested, prints are available.
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This stylized vintage photograph features an interesting perspective of Nichols Arcade, a historic corridor of businesses located near the University of Michigan campus, in Ann Arbor. Prints available.
During the process of securing drywall tiles to the ceiling, I photographed this chaotic collection of bending boards used as supports. It’s like a bamboo forest, or some sort of wooden maze to walk through. Apparently, there’s a large chunk of cheese on the other side…if I could only find it!
Enjoy this black and white photograph of an empty room in the early stages of painting. Late afternoon, sunshine has cast a sliver of light across the concrete floor and a shadow along the ceiling. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America if you’d like a print for your home or office – many types available!
Enjoy this stylized photograph, featuring a textured mirror image of very tall stone pillars on the campus of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. There’s more to see if you visit my galleries at Fine Art America, Zazzle and/or Society 6 – many great gift giving ideas, or perhaps a print for the office…