Even Stevens Sandwiches commissioned me to make a series of paintings for their new store based on its location in U Village, Seattle. Time Lapse is a four panel timeline of the land on which the piece sits, the U Village shopping center. The first panel is a sparse view of some local wildlife, fallen trees, etc. that occupied the Union Bay wetlands until 1916. Once the Seattle made the Montlake cut to connect Lake Washington and Lake Union, these wetlands were drained and used as the city's dump (naturally) for four decades, as represented in the second panel. In 1956 the mall in was built on the northernmost part of the landfill, as seen in the third panel full of objects and escalators. The fourth and final panel is meant to be a look into the future, a question as to what fragments of this land's history will sick around and which will wash away over time.