Artist's description:

The title of this piece comes from Edward Abbey's lyrical account of his time in the desert lands of Utah, and here is attempting to describe in words (for an attempt is the best one can achieve) his sense of being a 'being' emanating from the land. I shall quote him..

In relation to 'wilderness'..
"The word suggests the past and the unknown, the womb of earth from which we all emerged. It means something lost and something still present, something remote and at the same time intimate, something buried in our blood and nerves, something beyond us and without limit."

This piece has been framed to a high standard at Detail Framing Studio in Edinburgh, and is fitted with d-rings and picture cord - ready to hang.

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Materials used:

Ink, acrylic, pastel

Buried in Our Blood (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Andrew Phillips from United Kingdom

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