Invisible Places: New Haven Landscapes 2007 - 2017
These paintings embody a lot for me: documenting the new landscape around me after moving to New Haven in 2007, watching New Haven physically change over time, the excitement and intrigue of architecture and construction, pondering the elements required to evolve and upgrade urban infrastructure. Some of the works are commentary, some are admiration, some are documentation. All of them depict things much larger than me in space and scope - huge projects made with massive amounts of labor and material, come to fruition through cyclical periods of devolving, reconsideration and progress. The slow and laborious evidence of the passing of time, flattened and condensed into static images. I hope you enjoy these scenes as much as I enjoyed finding and making them.