Remote Places


Presently I am interested in places located in the United States that are deemed ‘remote’, where the ratio of population to land favors the latter. Despite a rising population in many places in America, these are the outliers, where cell coverage is non-existent or inconsistent, where the closest neighbor may live miles away, and infrastructure is spotty.

Working from photographs, the Internet, US Census reports, Google Earth, and other sources of information and data, this on-going series of drawings will represent the 50 most remote counties in the United States. Working from both found images and from my imagination allows me to deviate from and envision mountain ranges, landscapes and geological formations that comprise these particular landscapes.