As I gazed out the window of my studio, my eyes always fell upon the unremarkable street light. It's funny how we tend to overlook the mundane objects that make up our everyday lives until they fail us. However, one rainy day, something caught my eye. The reflection of the street light in a puddle on the pavement ignited a spark in my mind, and I suddenly envisioned a painting before me.
That moment marked the beginning of a series of paintings that have come to represent our industrial heritage. The street light, once a fixture on every corner, has now been replaced by a sleeker LED version, and the cables that once cluttered our streets have been buried underground. Yet, through my art, I strive to preserve the memory of these simple objects that were once an integral part of our daily lives.