9 replies on “Fog Studies 2”

  1. Scott,

    Cool. Have you been to the Highline in NY? I imagine you’d find that interesting. Under one of the spots where it cuts through a building an artist did an installation of stained glass panels in various shades of greens and grays: they are based on photos he took of the Hudson at different times of day. You should check it out next time you’re in town.


  2. Thanks, Alan. You know, I have not been to Highline. The past few times I’ve been in NY I’ve had other priorities and no time. I’ll make a point of checking it out next time- I’d love to see the installation. I’ve been wanting to do a series of paintings based on these fog studies, so these are kind of like field research, but I also like them on their own..


  3. Hey George- Thanks for the link. I love his work but have not seen this series.

    Do you know the name of the artist who did the installation at Highline? Ene and I recently were awarded a commission for the new public library in West Berkeley and we proposed a series of interior installations in etched, spectral glass. It’d be great to see the work at Highline, hopefully in person, before we get into final design..


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