Nashvillians will recognize this as the interchange where I-440 and I-65 meet on the south part of town above the area known as Melrose. This piece marked a turning point in the development of my work, since it was not dominated by bright colors but by a muted palette. The composition definitely leans toward an abstract-realist mode since it is representative of something, yet there is a tendency toward abstraction.
Unfortunately the canvas was damaged some time ago. It has tear that is about two inches long near the center of the canvas. If you really want it despite the damage, let me know!