We work in Dodegville, Wisconsin right next to a farm machine dealership, and a large grain storage facility that has several enormous corrugated metal silos on their property. One day while walking between our main building and our studio, I snapped these photos of the silos. The structures are reminiscent of the paintings of Chales Sheeler who was known for a style know as precisionism. Sheeler’s painting “Two Against White,” painted in 1957, was recognized on a U.S. stamp in 1998.