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research and found out what the
nuclear tests were really like,
it was scarier than anything I
could ever see in any monster
movie,” Waterfield said.
Intrigued by Hollywood’s
take on atomic weapons and
further inspired by his own
research, Waterfield began
working on “Doomtown,” a
series of nuclear-themed oil
and acrylic paintings.
The name “Doomtown”
refers to the towns that were
built by the now
defunct Atomic
Energy Commis-
sion, which were
replicas of small-
town America
stocked with
mannequins. The
surviving photos and film foot-
age from tests on these survival
towns has played heavily in
Waterfield’s research.
Waterfield’s Doomtown series
has since been displayed in the
Nuclear Science and Histo-
ry Museum in Albuquerque,
N.M.; the American Museum
of Science and Energy in Oak
Ridge, Tenn.; The Strategic Air
and Space Museum in Omaha;
The Rocky Flats Cold War
Museum in Arvada, Colo.; The
Los Alamos Historical Museum
in Los Alamos, N.M.; and, most
recently, at the National Atomic
Testing Museum in Las Vegas.
Now, Waterfield is about to
embark on a journey to the UN
office where his artwork will
be on display from Aug. 25-29
in the main rotunda of the
building.
“This is definitely my first
international stage where I’ll
have people from all over the
world be able to see my work,”
Waterfield said. “I don’t know
if it gets much bigger than
that.”
Waterfield describes his art as
representational, historical and
even playful. It’s also social
commentary, he said, though
not political commentary.
“You have this whole aspect
of our culture that grew out of
the fear of the atomic bomb,”
Waterfield said. “I just wanted
people to be aware of this kind
of forgotten part of our history
as a country.”
Waterfield was contacted by
the United Nations in 2012 and
began making plans last year
to exhibit his artwork with it.
Waterfield says that he was
contacted by a representative
from the UN who found his
work online.
Waterfield’s work can be
seen on his website at www.
dougwaterfield.com.
In addition to teaching
classes in art and art history,
Waterfield serves as chair of
UNK’s art department.
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WATERFIELD:
“Doomtown” series about 20th-century nuclear testing will go on display at Austrian office of United Nations
“I just
wanted people to be aware of this kind of
forgotten part of our history as a country.”
Doug Waterfield
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