Walls and Fields

In the summer of 2005 I found an abandoned house in northern Vermont and it was my brief experience in this house that served as an impetus for the series of drawings shown at Dr. Brills left none of his children behind. I kept the following photos of the house and a few years later, have used the process of drawing to re-experience the space in Vermont. The drawings are loosely based off of architectural renderings, my memory of the space and the curious wallpaper involving the decorative use of red-coat soldier imagery.


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