Future Perfect Tense
Axle Contemporary, Santa Fe NM -- March / April 2019
We don’t always know what events in our lives or in the culture will be of importance in the future. The grammatical use of Past Perfect Tense indicates that one event happened before another in the past. The idea speaks to that moment of reflection when we realize a particular action, event or thought was an indicator, bellwether or omen.

press: https://www.sfreporter.com/news/theinterface/2019/03/20/back-to-the-future/

Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)
Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)
Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)

Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)
Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)

Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)
Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)

Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)
Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)

Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)
Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)

Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)
Amanda Lechner Future Perfect Tense - Axle Contemporary (2019)

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