This piece is available through
XANADU GALLERY in Scottsdale, Arizona

Living in the midwest as a child gave me a profound sense of the scale and grandeur of the landscape.
And nowhere is it more evident than when one is driving the narrow little single lane highways that connect lone farmhouses and clusters of houses. They represent the lifeline that connects the communities that live in the path of whatever Mother Nature sends one’s way.

This piece looks at that road and those little communities from a birds eye view, in order to illustrate the sheer massiveness of the land itself.
It makes one profoundly humble to think of those little wood frame houses serving generations of farmers as shelter against the wrath of weather that is part of living out there.