This barn, one of Ontario’s ubiquitous bank barns, was in the middle of a field on a sideroad way, way out in the country. It looked quite safe from developers’ bulldozers.
The print is one of a series of larger barn prints, this one is matted to 14×23. The barn was red, honest!
Most printmakers show progressive prints as a sort of educational/interest thing, I’m doing it just to get a bad pun out of my head and into the subject line.
It feels better already.
It must be February, the winter seems never ending so I haul out the sketchbooks and imagine myself doing lichen impressions on a rock in Georgian Bay or thereabouts. This is one such rock in one of my reflective moods.
This is a Christmas collaboration with my favourite printmaker, Maria Moser. The church is in Wurzbrunne, Switzerland, home of her paternal ancestors. It’s printed in five colours on stonehenge.
Christmas greetings and a very early collaboration with a very young printmaker, my daughter :- )
This is an amazing collection of 130 images by 90 Artists that explores the concept of death from many, many angles in many, many media.
It’s well worth the trip to the Museum, situated between Fergus and Elora on the north river road.