This piece comes from a series of images based on Bethlehem Steel. The image is a perspective view of a street that would have existed between two buildings on the mill's site. The buildings, worn and tattered, have a faded almost transparent look as well as a permanent saturated feel as if the rain were still lightly falling on the windows. The street draws you into the space past the rain soaked foreground calling you to press beyond the doorways to you left and right into infinite space ahead. This piece is stretched on a traditional wood stretched constructed of reclaimed shipping wood but can also be shipped with the steel "scroll" type of stretcher (you can view this style in the work titled "Brooklyn"). Just make sure to contact me regarding which style you would prefer.