This six-panel piece shows Utah’s Great Salt Lake, contrasting the shoreline at its lowest recorded water level (in 1963) against its highest (in 1986). Two large and three small islands can be seen, as well as the distinction between Northern and Southern parts of the vast inland sea created by the solid railroad causeway crossing the lake. Almost mimicking one’s perception on the shore, the whole thing shimmers against its desert surroundings.
Interpanel canvas edges are painted white, outer edges are black.
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Acrylic on six 12″x12″ stretched canvasses (5/8″ spreaders)
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