Height of the Storm

Dust storms of the 1930s devastated towns across the Canadian Prairies. Blowing topsoil blackened the skies to a mile high, altering the landscape, burying buildings and machinery. In this work, I have emphasized the height of the storm in relation to the height of buildings that were common in the Great Depression.

Dust storms of the 1930s devastated towns across the Canadian Prairies. Blowing topsoil blackened the skies to a mile high, altering the landscape, burying buildings and machinery. In this work, I have emphasized the height of the storm in relation to the height of buildings that were common in the Great Depression.