A Place to Rest is a collection of steel etching prints depicting dark, modern urban landscapes. The show is a less than polished view of Portland, a city growing and changing rapidly. With these etchings Price aims to depict signs of life as a glowing orange trace of energy, in a bleak mid-apocalyptic city scene. He spent many days roaming Old town, Southwest Portland and many outskirt areas looking for compositions of looming mad-made structures and signs of people surviving in the environment. A Place to Rest is a contemplation of personal growth, transition, and a view of a swiftly evolving city in which its becoming harder and harder to maintain a spot to rest.