Poison River

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Photo: Stephen Pitkin/Pitkin Studio
1988
Wood, tin, nails, stones, industrial sealing compound, enamel, on wood
48.5 x 61.25 inches

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Environmental collapse became a recurring theme in Lockett’s art.

Environmental collapse became a recurring theme in Lockett’s art. Poison River, an indictment of environmental pollution and the death of native life, offered one of Lockett’s most despairing explorations into the horrors of ecological degradation.