An 11x14 charcoal and pastel drawing of a loading dock on Grand Avenue. Note the similarities to the canal pastel below and the Brooklyn street above.
Jonathan Hale writes in The Old Way of Seeing, " Before the machine age, no one had to make the choice to be conscious of pattern, to be aesthetic. Now, to be in visual touch requires taking a deliberate step. Numbness is today offered all around. We fall into it easily. We do have to choose to be awake, as people in the past did not."