Vanishing Horizons: An Interpretation of the Abandoned Mining Sites of the Upper Peninsula
School of Art and Design
Vanishing Horizons is a photographic presentation of broad expanses of the abandoned mines in large color murals mounted on aluminum plates. Smaller, black and white images of the mining machines and architectural details are in stand-up, plexi-glass cases placed on pedestals, The exhibit shows the appearance of the mining landscape as it appears in the first decades of the twenty-first century and is on display at the Beaumier Heritage Center in the Cohodas Building throughout the fall 2008 semester.
Flavin, Christine, "Vanishing Horizons: An Interpretation of the Abandoned Mining Sites of the Upper Peninsula" (2008). Faculty Works. Paper 1149.
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