This print is based on my dad's recollection of the Hot Metal Bridge from the days of the steel industry in Pittsburgh. He remembered visiting my Great Uncle Tommy in the neighborhood of Hazelwood and how the skies would be lit up from the Jones & Laughlin Steel mills. The skies never got dark at night, they would always have an orange glow. I hoped to capture that look by reversing my usual dark sky/bright color scheme.
Printed from an Epson Artisan 1430 printer using Claria Hi-Definition Ink on acid-free, FSC and Green Seal certified, 50% PCW recycled, 110lb. Mohawk Loop Antique Vellum paper.
All of my large wall prints are sized at 12.5" x 19" inches (as you can see modeled here by my lovely girlfriend, Nicole), come to your door mailed in flat, rigid envelopes to prevent damage or curling, and are ready to frame.