This abstract was based on the idea of looking down at a city's streets and buildings from a drone flying over the urban area. This painting has been sold, but is still available in print form in many different sizes and media.
The original painting of this artwork has been sold, but prints are still available. This is an abstract that grew out of a previous abstract with paint added over the main lines of the original. As it came into being it reminded me of an aerial view of city streets, buildings, factories, storage tanks, warehouses, and traffic patterns, hence the final title of the piece. At arts festivals in several cities it drew many comments and appreciative views by spectators. The piece is framed in black that highlights the starkness of many cities, while at the same time noting the strength and and energy of the citizens that created the almost haphazard and varied development of urban growth.
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