This abstract digital imagery of a mysterious mechanical apparatus – car engine, refrigerator, toaster? – is available on a variety of items in the following shops: Pixels, Society 6 and Redbubble. Check it out…
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.
Prints available. This photograph of Union Street Station in Chicago, Illinois was taken from an upper balcony in the great room during a period of extensive renovation. It’s possible that a print on a wall in your home may be just what you’re looking for…so, look no further.
This unusual metallic structure of beams is balanced in symmetry with textural adjustments. You can find it in my shops at Pixels and ArtPal. Perhaps later, you could find it on a wall in your home, or office? Check it out…
Symmetry in the city where buildings are balanced to reflect a pattern display. Available on a variety of gifts and apparel items in my shops at Zazzle and Pixels – check it out…
Digital imagery depicting an endless array of hollow, metallic cylinders aligned in rows. Available on many products in my shops at Pixels and Zazzle. Many great gift-giving ideas…check it out.
Following a hike at Benton Falls, I later found Ocoee Dam No. 2 – a hydroelectric dam along the Ocoee River, in Polk County, Tennessee, built between 1912-1913.
At the adjacent Sugarloaf Mountain Park, I learned that materials to construct this rock-filled crib-type dam had been quarried from a hillside across the river, with structural remnants of a railway bridge still intact.
If you’d be interested in a print of any kind, visit my shop at Pixels.
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