These "rustscapes" demonstrate to me, time and time again, how our eyes take in visual information and our brains immediately want to turn that information into something recognizable and familiar. It is like looking at cloud formations and seeing one animal after another in them, or watching a landscape watercolorist who, with just a few brush strokes, can make us see detailed trees, water and mountains. Similarly with the surfaces of these vehicles, while they are certainly 2-dimensional, my eye sees them as 3-dimensional, with masses receding in space or figures taking shape. While I have my own titles for these pieces, you may very well see something entirely different in them and supply your own title.
Pictured above is the "model" who posed in its unabashed splendor for the photograph. Being something of a purist, I have left the vehicles and their color unaltered. A small picture of the model (if available) is included at no charge when prints from this series are purchased. I hope you enjoy the "rustscapes."