"Every act of creation is first of all an act of destruction"
Created from a wrecked plane that exploded on impact killing 7 people instantly. Each piece of material was removed from the face of a mountain, this process helped our environment return to its natural state. This process of collecting took many days woking dusk to dawn. Each and every piece was picked up by hand, & permanently attached to museum grade archival canvas. Attached to the back of each piece attached is official, FAA report and a memorial plate, honoring the lost. The investigation report explains exactly what happened, even the pilots last words. This is all that remains of the plane, no more can ever be made. Each piece is on archival museum grade archival canvas, numbered and signed.
Visually stimulating, mosaic-like, & layered each individual piece is unique.
Each piece is unique, using rare metal & air plane materials & heavy duty archival museum grade canvas to create one of a kind abstract art work.
Rare metal materials from the Nevada Triangle. Its located in a region of the Sierra Nevada Mountains where some 2000 planes have been lost in the last 60 years.
Most of us have heard of the Bermuda Triangle, where planes and ships have mysteriously gone missing in the Atlantic Ocean for decades, not all are aware that there is a similar place in Nevada. Lying in a region of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Nevada and California, some 2,000 planes have been lost in the last 60 years. In this remotely populated area of more than 25,000 miles of mountain desert, many of the crash sites are never found.The triangle is typically defined as spanning from Las Vegas, Nevada in the southeast to Fresno, California in the west, and to Reno, Nevada at the top. Within this rugged wilderness is the mysterious, top-secret Area 51. Along with the dozens of conspiracy theories which include UFO’s and paranormal activity that surrounds the air force base, similar theories have long been considered regarding the Nevada Triangle.Throughout these many years, many of the missing planes were flown by experienced pilots and disappeared under mysterious circumstances, with the wreckage never found.