Artist's description:

In this drawing, as in many of my other pieces, I want to try and hold a particular appreciation for the power of the land, and the beauty which permeates the world, along with a concern for how a lack of respect has led to its degradation. This piece was made after visiting the very small Scottish island of Easdale, which saw its slate mining industry disappear almost overnight after a fierce storm breached the quarry walls. The pastel is crumbled and applied with fingers, and the ink is worked using a traditional dip pen.

The total paper size of the unframed work is 56x36cm which includes the margin.

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Materials used:

Ink, pastel, charcoal

The Ravenous Tide (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Andrew Phillips from United Kingdom

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