something hidden

In which the edge of a printmaking experiment stands in for a forested horizon line, and the rest of the pieces fall in to match. I want to pretend this is from my travels — it has echoes of somewhere in Scotland — but it is literally the edge of a printmaking brayer forming a lovely escarpment.


Digital collage, 10 layers © 2018 Liz Ruest
From the Adaptive Horizons series

History

Accepted to the Society of Canadian Artists 2020 online juried show
Shown at Lynn Hanson Gallery in Seattle, April 2019
Honorable Mention in No Walls, Just Great Art at Bauhaus Prairie Art Gallery, online

Availability

  • Signed limited edition prints on matte aluminum. $995
    Image: 30″x24″ Frame: 30″x24″ Edition size: 3
    through Lynn Hanson Gallery
  • One more signed edition created as a custom order: specify the base surface and size you’d like.

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