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The other trees of our landscapes.
Of course I would create an entire series of paintings about power poles; I was overexposured to the national grid during my childhood. My father was an electrical engineer: family holidays would often be in strange remote places with substations that needed help, or new dams being built.
Our dining room table had blueprints for dam sites or fault systems on it half the time, and we could never drive past a substation without its volt conversion being noted. Dad proposed to Mum on Mount Victoria, overlooking Wellington at dusk as the streetlights came on. Geek romance.
Aside from all that - power poles are all very different. They are another species of urban tree, and deserve a bit of admiring for the interesting ways they grow. We hardly even notice them most of the time, yet they are a decided rhythm to the world we are familiar with. Power poles are probably a species on the verge of extinction , and not the first thing you'd think of to make-pretty artwork of. But once you start looking at them, they get fairly addictive.
Beyond the aesthetics, they are actual lines of power! There are lots of good metaphors about all that deep meaningful stuff like connections, communication, change etc….. And they look kinda cool.
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