Going Dark

Here are some of the darkest (literally) pieces in The Collection. What kinds of spaces could take advantage of such tones? Subject matter aside, they could, of course all be grouped in a gallery show, or work well in a rehabbed warehouse space that's blistering with fluorescent lighting. The feature of darkness lends itself to pensiveness, thought, a deepness that is reflected in the image itself. Maybe their place is anywhere the owner would like someone to look and think!

Mailboxes by Elizabeth Armstrong

Cobblestones by Madlen Hjelmroth

Creation Story I by Carly Erin O'Neil

The Welder by Misko Kranjec

Incense by Howard Mitchell

The Oracle by Jack Aldrich

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