The End of Oil
The End of Oil

2013 36” x 22” x 2” High-Density Polyethylene, Aluminum

Edition of 5 (SOLD OUT)

The End series are digital sculptures playing with western conventions and resources. Some might read these works as a comment on the decline of the western genre as a central, defining aspect of American culture. Others might see them as highlighting the contrast between the reality of western assets and our glorified, movie magic notion of those things. Possibly they are a comment on the role our contemporary society played in the sterilization and devaluing of real western history. All these things are true and a viewers reading of these pieces will be influenced by their own experience.

The End of Trains
The End of Trains

2013 36” x 22” x 2” High-Density Polyethylene, Aluminum

Edition of 5

The End series are digital sculptures playing with western conventions and resources. Some might read these works as a comment on the decline of the western genre as a central, defining aspect of American culture. Others might see them as highlighting the contrast between the reality of western assets and our glorified, movie magic notion of those things. Possibly they are a comment on the role our contemporary society played in the sterilization and devaluing of real western history. All these things are true and a viewers reading of these pieces will be influenced by their own experience.

The End of Cowboys
The End of Cowboys

2013 36” x 22” x 2” High-Density Polyethylene, Aluminum

Edition of 5

The End series are digital sculptures playing with western conventions and resources. Some might read these works as a comment on the decline of the western genre as a central, defining aspect of American culture. Others might see them as highlighting the contrast between the reality of western assets and our glorified, movie magic notion of those things. Possibly they are a comment on the role our contemporary society played in the sterilization and devaluing of real western history. All these things are true and a viewers reading of these pieces will be influenced by their own experience.

The End of Indians
The End of Indians

2013 36” x 22” x 2” High-Density Polyethylene, Aluminum

Edition of 5

The End series are digital sculptures playing with western conventions and resources. Some might read these works as a comment on the decline of the western genre as a central, defining aspect of American culture. Others might see them as highlighting the contrast between the reality of western assets and our glorified, movie magic notion of those things. Possibly they are a comment on the role our contemporary society played in the sterilization and devaluing of real western history. All these things are true and a viewers reading of these pieces will be influenced by their own experience.

The End of Oil
The End of Trains
The End of Cowboys
The End of Indians
The End of Oil

2013 36” x 22” x 2” High-Density Polyethylene, Aluminum

Edition of 5 (SOLD OUT)

The End series are digital sculptures playing with western conventions and resources. Some might read these works as a comment on the decline of the western genre as a central, defining aspect of American culture. Others might see them as highlighting the contrast between the reality of western assets and our glorified, movie magic notion of those things. Possibly they are a comment on the role our contemporary society played in the sterilization and devaluing of real western history. All these things are true and a viewers reading of these pieces will be influenced by their own experience.

The End of Trains

2013 36” x 22” x 2” High-Density Polyethylene, Aluminum

Edition of 5

The End series are digital sculptures playing with western conventions and resources. Some might read these works as a comment on the decline of the western genre as a central, defining aspect of American culture. Others might see them as highlighting the contrast between the reality of western assets and our glorified, movie magic notion of those things. Possibly they are a comment on the role our contemporary society played in the sterilization and devaluing of real western history. All these things are true and a viewers reading of these pieces will be influenced by their own experience.

The End of Cowboys

2013 36” x 22” x 2” High-Density Polyethylene, Aluminum

Edition of 5

The End series are digital sculptures playing with western conventions and resources. Some might read these works as a comment on the decline of the western genre as a central, defining aspect of American culture. Others might see them as highlighting the contrast between the reality of western assets and our glorified, movie magic notion of those things. Possibly they are a comment on the role our contemporary society played in the sterilization and devaluing of real western history. All these things are true and a viewers reading of these pieces will be influenced by their own experience.

The End of Indians

2013 36” x 22” x 2” High-Density Polyethylene, Aluminum

Edition of 5

The End series are digital sculptures playing with western conventions and resources. Some might read these works as a comment on the decline of the western genre as a central, defining aspect of American culture. Others might see them as highlighting the contrast between the reality of western assets and our glorified, movie magic notion of those things. Possibly they are a comment on the role our contemporary society played in the sterilization and devaluing of real western history. All these things are true and a viewers reading of these pieces will be influenced by their own experience.

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