A traffic light mechanical box made from corrosive resistant-aluminum. They call to me and no two boxes are the same. Whether covered in graffiti, stickers, rusty scratches or paint, they are works of art.
She’s forlorn. Alone. Found in a parking garage in Seattle, WA. Made from cracks in the concrete, water, mold. I see a girl, her eyes looking downward, hidden in the shadows.
A traffic light mechanical box. Editing brought out shades of electric blue, silver, shocking red and pink. The tag is LL and the sticker says ‘License to Kill’ on a Seattle Police Department badge.
Taken at a pet store in Kent, WA.
I saw big rust spots on the side of a dumpster and they drew me in. The palette: salmon, brown, yellow, ivory, taupe reminds me of a Frankenthaler painting.
The oncology clinic was in the process of remodeling. The floor was covered in red scars.
Underground utility markers cover the streets of Seattle, WA, a precursor to erecting a new high rise. They tell you what’s in the ground, gas line, water line etc. and they are color coded so the symbol isn’t the only indicator to what lies below the surface.
I was walking into Riteaid, I saw this, like a bouncy ball was thrown against the wall and took off like a rocket. God knows what substance made this creation!
Another parking garage, another great composition! A metallic asterisk, a symbol, marking something important.
From a recycling dumpster in Port Townsend, WA, Soleil, was born.
I found this in Bed, Bath and Beyond!
My studio stool, it was covered in glorious paint – a Kandinsky wonderland - smudges, circular patterns, blue, red, yellow, white on a black ‘leather-like’ background.
Abalone is one of my favorite photos. This was taken on a beach in Edmonds, WA.
An homage to Fontana, the DADA aspect is specifically placed, creating an interesting combination of Movements.
When the construction fence was peeled away from the plywood, its ghost remained.