Posted on June 26, 2018
Couldn’t resist. I was just going to call this a red, white and blue abstract but the lock and colors were too much of a temptation.
Posted on May 13, 2017
The title says it all. Maybe one can find more straight lines in a prison but the Alington Street subway stop in Boston is certainly a major contender.
Posted on April 15, 2017
Looking at fine art is the best way I know to get my creative juices flowing. Boston has one of the finest in the country so spending a few hours here is a real treat.
Posted on April 7, 2017
We used to travel a lot. Digging through some of my old “road” pictures, I came upon this one. I’ve got no idea where I took this but clearly the shafts and splotches of light were of interest, as were the multiple doorways. The soft muted browns don’t hurt either.
Posted on March 27, 2017
Posted on March 12, 2017
During the weekdays this is a parking lot but on weekends they lock this space. It’s at these times that the heavy geometry of the scene shows itself. And if you’re the least bit concerned about being in tight spaces, the massive rusted steel girders supporting the subway line overhead will bring on a touch of claustrophobia.
Posted on February 17, 2017
Yes it’s a subway station and yes a train is just pulling out of the platform across the way but looking at it more abstractly it’s a series of red verticals juxtaposed with a curving yellow line. No people, no action, just color and lines.