Concrete & Grassland
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31 x 19 inches (photos by Craig Severn)
This piece was influenced by my time in Denver and the open spaces of eastern Colorado. The plains stretching
east from the Rocky Mountains once were a vast, pristine grassland, a naturally productive ecosystem. During the past 150 years, human settlers have permanently altered this delicate community, culminating in our building of concrete towers where many work and live. Very little of the original grassland remains. Grasses included: Wheatgrass, Blue Grama, and Needle-and-Thread.
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