I like a good joke as much as the next person and I have to admit that for a while I thought it was pretty funny when you added snowflakes to yesterday’s rainstorm. It stopped being funny about three inches ago. ENOUGH ALREADY!
I eventually forced myself to leave behind the steel ghosts in the warehouse beside the Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology and moved on to the museum itself. For those of you who are not familiar with this place, it is a huge steam-powered water pump that used to provide Hamilton with it’s drinking water. It is engineering from an era when machines were allowed to be beautiful.
I recently visited the Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology to take some photos after sunset to show how the machinery would glow under the last vestiges of daylight combined with the old incandescent lighting of the museum. Before I went into the actual museum, I had a chance to take a look inside an attached warehouse and found a graveyard of old machinery. This post is about what I found in the warehouse.
In addition to my pieces in the Crimson Feather Gallery, I am now also showing in the Dining Room of the Millcroft Inn & Spa for the next month or so. Take the opportunity to treat yourself to a nice lunch or dinner while enjoying the art!