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Diptychs of the dichotomy of Vancouver: nature (mushrooms, fungi, tree bark) in a dialogue with the grittier side of the city (torn posters, rusty dumpsters, used concrete forms, taped-up chairs and just general corrosion).

torn posters on pole / mushrooms on dark leaf mold

torn posters on telephone pole / mushrooms growing out of dark leaf mold

 

24 x 24

charcoal tree with oblong white splotches / dumpster with splattered cement

tree with oblong white splotches / black dumpster with splattered cement

 

36 x 24

rusty dumpster / deep fissured birch bark

rusty dumpster / deep fissured birch bark

 

30 x 24

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mushrooms growing out of dark leaf mold / sponge-printed circles on concrete

mushrooms growing out of dark leaf mold / sponge-printed circles on concrete

 

24 x 30

torn posters on telephone pole / orange fungi growing on cedar tree

torn posters on telephone pole / orange fungi growing on cedar tree

 

32 x 24

blistered paint on rusty dumpster / fungi growing on fallen tree

fungi growing on dying tree / blistered paint on rusty dumpster

 

24 x 24

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rusty coloured bark / cracked paint on rusty dumpster

rusty-coloured cracked bark / cracked paint on rusty dumpster

 

32 x 28

used concrete form / cherry tree bark

used concrete form / cherry tree bark

 

36 x 24

weathered concrete wall / silvery cherry bark

weathered concrete wall / silvery cherry bark

 

32 x 28

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shaggy red cedar / taped up chair seat

shaggy red cedar / taped-up chair seat

 

36 x 24

blistered paint on rusty dumpster / fungi growing on fallen tree

blistered paint on rusty dumpster / fungi growing on fallen tree

 

28 x 20

torn posters on telephone pole / shaggy cedar bark

torn posters on telephone pole / shaggy bark

 

32 x 24

ripply rust mushrooms / corrosion in Steveston

ripply rust mushrooms / corrosion in Steveston

 

24 x 30

graffiti / over-pruned bush

graffiti / over-pruned bush

 

50 x 19

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