We’re Almost There

We’re Almost There – By Andy Zimmermann

The road up ahead is foggy. The street signs, transformed through the haze into glassy mirrors, provide no information as to direction or speed. Zimmermann’s work draws the viewer down an unseen path, on a seemingly infinite journey through the unknown. Nonetheless, the artist reminds that no matter how foreign and boundless the territory may seem, “We’re Almost There.”

Abstract, Wall

31 inches tall
46 inches long
7 inches wide

Frosted plexiglass, plexiglass mirror, welded bronze



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