Triptychs 1978-80

The triptychs are an extension of the work created in “Empire,” utilizing a tripod with a panorama head to record 180 degree views of sites in the Southern California Area.  This

Montclair, California
Montclair, California
Rialto, California
Rialto, California
Blue Jay, California
Blue Jay, California
Colton, California
Colton, California
Grand Terrace, California
Grand Terrace, California
Colton, California
Colton, California
Lakeview, California
Lakeview, California
Colton, California
Colton, California
Rialto, California
Rialto, California
Colton, California
Colton, California
Lakeview, California
Lakeview, California
Bloomington, California
Bloomington, California
Fontana, California
Fontana, California
Bloomington, California
Bloomington, California
Colton, California
Colton, California
Colton, California
Colton, California
Riverside, California
Riverside, California
Colton, California
Colton, California
Del Mar, California
Del Mar, California
Del Mar, California
Del Mar, California

work was a prelude to creating work that was primarily sculpture-based and performance-based site work that utilized the landscape as metaphor for invisible processes.  These triptychs, however, were about the range of the particular and how extending the examination area created a sense of environment.


Many years, later, new technologies could be employed in created extended landscape images in the series “Appellation.”