In rural New England, farms and forests are often considered the “working” landscape. Since 2004, artist Tom Leytham has explored the remnants of the “other” working landscape: our 19th- and 20th-century industrial past. Through a series of watercolors, Leytham documents this industrialized landscape of ruined and repurposed buildings and structures in Vermont and the surrounding region as a means of appreciating the resourcefulness of their design and construction.
Watch Hiding in Plain Sight, a short video about the artist, his process, and the working landscape that inspires him.
Located in BSA Space's Harbor Room, please call ahead for viewing availability.