Trains of June photographic assemblage by Paul Smedberg

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Original giclée on 36" x 32"
laminated mounted archival paper




About this piece: Trains are a frequent theme in my work. Alfred Hitchock used a train to represent sex. For other artists, trains represented death. For me they don't represent anything that I'm consciously aware of. Well, now that I think about it, maybe there's a little youth-in-decay in there, what with the green grass and rusted metal.





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