Originally from Holland, painter Henk Pander found himself in Portland in the sixties. From images of cattle carcasses to the ruins of ground zero, Pander creates stunning, controversial and internationally renowned work about the passage of time and inevitable change. View Pander’s work and hear his story of sketching for the Portland Fire Department. He shares his thoughts on finding meaning in the subject matter he brings to his art.
First Broadcast: 2005
Producer: Jessica Martin