This painting is the latest in a series (number 8) using the interior of a local paper mill - Finch Paper of Glens Falls. Since I am no longer dong these paintings to satisfy requirements of a grant (which is what started this whole series) I have more freedom to add or eliminate or change the original photo. The changes made in this one were mainly lighting changes. This one took longer than the others because life has a way of getting in the way - it's summertime and I get lazy. The painting's subject is the input of information into the Honeywell computer station that is controlling the minute by minute events leading to the completion of another run of new paper. This end is the last stage of the process wherein the paper is directed to the roll, which is starting to fill up, on the right. My assumption is that the gentleman touching the screen is readying the next roll or telling the computer some other pertinent information.
Medium: Acrylic paint on canvas Framed with a three quarter inch wide - one and a half inch deep shadow black frame (not shown here) Size: 24 inches x 30 inches Price: $3,000.00 (This price does not include applicable sales tax or shipping)