|House II by Michael Brophy|
Hallie Ford Museum of Art
One of the paintings is this demolished house by Michael Brophy. He paints lots of forests, so this is in one sense a scene of a forest transformed, the end of a group of trees (maybe final, maybe not - maybe it's merely a moment in process and will be subject to still more transformation, become fuel or salvaged for example, but I read the ruin mainly as waste rather than as a site of creativity and potential).
|Modest Four-Square demolished this week|