Artist's description:

Indigenous people, animals and plants are all fighting to not become extinct in a world where the politics that govern ourselves and the planet become less and less transparent.
I look to nature for guidance and a sense of well being.

The process of this piece began with photographing the Acorn Woodpeckers that visit the forest around me. The rich texture of the trees is created with collaged bits of images of bark & litter that I clean up off of scenic highways, as a gentle reminder that if we do not stop trashing the planet, trees will not grow from our garbage in the future. Layering watercolor, collage and graphite pencil work, I work to create an aesthetically alluring landscape with a hidden message about protecting our forests.

This piece has been finished with two coats of archival satin varnish, creating a contemporary but natural look. The edges are finished with varnish as well, but left natural and often display drips of paint from the process. No framing required.

This is a Diptych. Each panel is 16 X 16.

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Materials used:

Graphite, Photography, Watercolor, Collage, Paper on Wood Panel

Indigenous Transparency (2016)

$900 Sold

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