12 October, 2009


1) Riverfront
2) Man Made
3) Concrete River
4) 3rd and Wyandotte
5) 3rd and Woodswether

1)  Up close and personal with the concrete sculptures. Those settle juxtaposition you never noticed. Cold hard concrete and plastic fill the streets. Manufactured shapes hidden along the river. Under bridges, above the cars, within the organic dirt.

2)  Rigid man made forms loom around the river. Unyielding structures protrude from the organic foliage along the banks; hiding within the organic elements of the damp surrounding. Cold metal rusts from the weathering. Tracks trail along the banks. Bridges hover above the murky water, supporting our manufactured creations.  Our growth is seen through the technology we create. We are growing so fast.

3)  Concrete: existing in a material or physical form; real or solid; not abstract : concrete objects like stones | it exists as a physically concrete form.
Metal:  a solid material that is typically hard, shiny, malleable, fusible, and ductile, with good electrical and thermal conductivity.
Plastic: a synthetic material made from a wide range of organic polymers.

Progression; color form 6 " Letter

These are a few shots of my FIRST 6" letterform for Color Form class. My 12" is MUCH better, I promise.

Now my Ortho shots: