Thresholds-framed size 16x20, edition of 750, 1994. All of the characters in this painting are on the threshold of some life change or SHOULD be, except the dog with three legs who, like the one on the Greyhound sign, has an excuse not to be. The man on the motorcycle is removing the just married sign while the woman rider stretches(their threshold). There is an insane woman waiting for a bus that will never come, and Junior contemplating his fate while his father reminisces over the partially covered 49 Indian motorcycle in the garage. Mortality imagery abounds here, including the image of Stevie Ray Vaughn in the general store. The buildings are painted from actual structures along Rte. 20 in Central Oregon. All images are copyrighted.
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