Another trip down to the darker side of L.A., I set up under the bridge carrying the Amtrak train overhead. A homless encampment near by. One can see a switch house, and the L.A. skyline in the distance. I was intrigued by the design of the pillars and beam in front of me. It resembled the symbols of Pi, or even a Shinto, or Tori Gate. All ideas of reference to add depth to the work. It didn't help that the air smelled of fumes from a near-by tannery.
Painting exhibited at the Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard California, in my first Solo Museum Exhibition
Bridge Down Town-Vernon
Painting Status: Available for Purchase through James Main Fine Art, Santa Barbara, California. (805)637-8632