“On Track” Paintings by Adam Normandin
The biggest train wreck in American history occurred in 1918 at Dutchman’s Curve in Nashville. The site is within 100 yards of my office. 121 people died and another 171 were seriously injured. What I find incredible is that over 50,000 people came to the scene, some looking for loved ones, but most to pitch in and help.
I’m trying to enjoy each day because you just never know what is coming ’round the bend.
Artist Adam Normandin keeps his work on track.
Gallery representation: Evan Lurie Gallery and George Billis Gallery
Love these. Just the interesting – trains with grafitti and all.
You are right! Hadn’t thought about that. Good eye.
Wow that second work looks like a Cottingham… Nice!