At this exhibition, I saw many pieces that stood out to me. The artist, P. Kinne, had a few pieces that were untitled. These were done with ink jet prints, shellac, marker, and spray paint. They displayed areas near railroads. Each piece had distorted colors with a metallic look, which is due to the shellac. I wasn't sure what shellac was right away since I am not an art student so when I came home I looked it up. I believe this artist was trying to capture the greyness of railroads and almost the olden days. By this use of color, I didn't think it was something we would see nowadays, but I know from experience these places are all over the world!