25.5"x12" with 2" margins
Limited Edition of 30 GicléePrints
This painting is the second of two paintings started on a hike to Delicate Arch in Utah. This vantage point was a view from the opposite side of Delicate arch which allowed for a more secluded painting spot. The landscape here is especially inspiring because of the way the land was formed. Sandstone in this region was formed by deposits of sediments and eroded by the receding water. This slow repetitive process accumulates into many changes over time and is something I try to bring into my own work. Layer after layer, line after line, dot after dot, it is a repetitive process that becomes something greater.
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