The River That Used to Be a Highway
The River That Used to Be a Highway

A series of over 30 prints interpreting the vulnerability of low-lying areas of Providence RI in the face of imminent flooding due to global climate change. Images sourced come from research into the Providence Preservation Society's Most Endangered Property List 2015 and artist's personal explorations of the city. 

TheView.jpg
Current.jpg
Signal Crossing.jpg
Electric Hum.jpg
Brick By Brick .jpg
BenefitStreet.jpg
Drifters 1 and 2.jpg
Scaffolds.jpg
Reflection.jpg
Asphalt&Evergreens.jpg
Asphalt on Bare Feet.JPG
Unseasonably Warm.jpg
Unseasonably Warm_Detail.JPG
Submerged.jpg
South Street Power Sation.jpg
Shingles.jpg
Outpost.jpg
FromAcrossTheRiver.jpg
Crossover.jpg
 Prints are all various dimensions spread out over about 20ft of wall space. All are some combination of oil based monotype, image transfer, and drypoint on Reeves BFK and Zerkall papers.

Prints are all various dimensions spread out over about 20ft of wall space. All are some combination of oil based monotype, image transfer, and drypoint on Reeves BFK and Zerkall papers.

The River That Used to Be a Highway
TheView.jpg
Current.jpg
Signal Crossing.jpg
Electric Hum.jpg
Brick By Brick .jpg
BenefitStreet.jpg
Drifters 1 and 2.jpg
Scaffolds.jpg
Reflection.jpg
Asphalt&Evergreens.jpg
Asphalt on Bare Feet.JPG
Unseasonably Warm.jpg
Unseasonably Warm_Detail.JPG
Submerged.jpg
South Street Power Sation.jpg
Shingles.jpg
Outpost.jpg
FromAcrossTheRiver.jpg
Crossover.jpg
 Prints are all various dimensions spread out over about 20ft of wall space. All are some combination of oil based monotype, image transfer, and drypoint on Reeves BFK and Zerkall papers.
The River That Used to Be a Highway

A series of over 30 prints interpreting the vulnerability of low-lying areas of Providence RI in the face of imminent flooding due to global climate change. Images sourced come from research into the Providence Preservation Society's Most Endangered Property List 2015 and artist's personal explorations of the city. 

Prints are all various dimensions spread out over about 20ft of wall space. All are some combination of oil based monotype, image transfer, and drypoint on Reeves BFK and Zerkall papers.

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