Fourth of July #2, Independence, Missouri

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Artist Statement

 

This Fourth of July celebration took place on the lawn of the Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Missouri. July nights are slow to get dark enough to set off fireworks and I remember this evening included some speeches, introductions of prominent citizens and a band concert that included a few numbers with a children's choir. I think the Declaration of Independence was read aloud. The lawn was full of people, some picnicking, some just there for the fireworks. A group of Civil War re-enactors had set up camp at the far edge of the lawn. Towards dusk, a few vendors started moving throuKgh the crowd selling multi-colored plastic circles, like mini hula-hoops, that when activated, glowed in the dark. They were irresistible to kids bored with waiting so long for the main event and each vendor had a trail of children following him. Soon the lawn was spotted with the glowing necklaces. At dark, the fireworks began. The haze in the picture is a combination of Missouri's humid summer weather, fireworks, and smoke from Civil War-era cannons fired while Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture played.

 

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Mike Sinclair is an architectural and fine art photographer living in Kansas City, Missouri.   His photographs are frequently published in the Architectural Press and elsewhere, including the New York Times, Metropolis, Architectural Record and Interior Design.  His work is in several public and private collections, including The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City; and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, also in Kansas City.  Sinclair was a 2009 First Edition Hot Shot and has participated in Mixtape and the Hey, Hot Shot! group exhibition at Jen Bekman Gallery