Medium: Reduction woodcut Dimensions: 10 x 8 inches (image) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1938 Date Finished: 1997 Edition: AP of 14
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): "My love for color and my love for poppies are intrinsically intertwined; Mortensen captures both in May Flowers. Orange and blue in particular are my favorite complimentary scheme. These colors make me feel inspired, creative, and energized."
Series: Sequential Portfolio Medium: Serigraph Dimensions: 26 x 19 inches Artist details: American, 1930 - 2020 Date finished: 1972 Edition: of 200 Publisher: Sanmore Editions, N.Y.
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): "Anusckiewicz uses color and form to create a striking composition filled with optical illusion. The piece features an irresistible candy-colored palette so challenging for the eyes and brain that it seems to vibrate on the paper. The precisely printed two-dimensional planes of color create the illusion of three dimensions, while the color blocks of the background blend together visually to create a rainbow gradient. This print is simple yet full of surprises."
Medium: Intaglio Dimensions: 14 x 7 inches Artist details: American, 1984 Date finished: 2010 Edition: AP
Recommended by Paige (Collections Manager): "This piece comes from Carrie Lingscheit's twenty thousand moments project, based on the limitations of our human brains and the amount of information that can be processed and saved from the 20,000 (or so) moments in a given day. Momento No. 3273 (pine) hones in on a feeling, to pine, and the quiet setting where it happens, alone in a bed. It beautifully captures the way we are drawn inward to our own emotions and imagination when we pine for someone or something. Negative space is used to draw our attention down to the dark, intense face; the surroundings are blurred and forgotten, represented only with a lovely watercolor texture, just as we tune out the world when lost in intense thought."
Series: Our Young Folks Medium: Wood engraving Dimensions: 3 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches Artist details: American, 1836 - 1910 Date of impression: July 1868 Reference: Gelman 175, Beam 145
Recommended by Nikki (Fine Print Photographer & Content Publisher): "Homer was an illustrator for Harper’s Weekly in New York in the 1860’s, a magazine that centered imagery, rather than text. This wood engraving by Winslow Homer, made in July 1868, connects its viewers of the 1800s and us, almost 200 years later, to the same summertime activity of picking strawberries. The world shifts and changes, but there are some things that we all look forward to each summer."
Medium: Wood engraving Dimensions: 7 x 6 inches (Block) 12 x 12 inches (Sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1922 - 2000 Date of impression: 1958 Reference: Fern 353
Recommended by Rebecca (Gallery Manager): "This wood engraving by Leonard Baskin shows his sense of humor, perhaps his lesser known side. It exemplifies the idea that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. The dog is not objectively beautiful, but the artist/owner declares that it is. You see the expressive quality in Baskin's wood engravings, from the fur textures in the bulky body to the shape of the dainty paws. Baskin is so assertive in declaring he and his dog are a package deal; to love one is to love the other."
Medium: Oak and trunnels from Wawona Dimensions: 13 x 49 x 25 inches (image) Artist details: American , 1970 Date finished: 2013
Recommended by Sam (Owner & Director): "This sculpture, made from planks salvaged from the historic lumber transport ship Wawona (finally taken apart in Lake Union after restoration attempts failed to find funding), tells so much about the source of his materials and the artist's interest in finding inspiration where initial utility was not the final condition for consideration. Look no farther than the artist's giant reconstructed tree currently installed at the Seattle Art Museum. Parse makes rich use of the bilge stained oak timbers from the hull and with the dowels or trunnels referencing the early marine construction methods. The graceful curve out from the wall suggests the curve of the former ship's hull. Grade honors the memory of the Wawona with a new life."
Medium: Vitreograph Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 13 inches Artist details:Pacific Northwest, American, 1976 Date Finished: 2017 Edition: 4
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): "Beres' vitreograph strikes directly at the absurdity of America's supposed 'separation of church and state' with this interpretation of her official motto. The phrase sinks down into the rising darkness that threatens to envelope it, much like democracy decays when systemic oppression masquerades as Christian values."
Medium: Color etching Dimensions: 7 1/4 x 6 inches (image) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1929 - 2017 Date finished: 1999 Edition: AP, numbered
Recommended by Paige (Collections Manager): "As soon as spring slowly emerges in the Pacific Northwest, my focus turns to sunshine and bright colors to pull me out of winter. This etching is the perfect remedy for spring fever. The poppy's red could not be more intense and the contrast of the black could not be richer. Poppies are underestimated for their small size but I appreciate their wild nature and bold color; small but mighty, one of Art Hansen's specialties."
Medium: Woodcut Dimensions: 30 x 30 inches (image/sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1925 - 2016 Date finished: 2010 Edition: 9/100 Reference: Summers 255
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): "It's unusual for Carol Summers, known for his bold color palettes, to create a monochromatic woodcut. In our increasingly digital world, the RGB version of indigo permeates our lives as the go-to color for hyperlinks and other mundane digital functions. In Las Cascadeas De Tamasopo Summers reminds me of indigo's richness and beauty. This print makes me crave the pigment and everything I associate with it - summertime, Mediterranean waters, ceramics painted by hand. I feel enthralled as if I am seeing color for the first time."
Medium: Ink drawing on paper Dimensions: 6 x 5 inches (sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1929 - 2004 Date finished: 1975
Recommended by Paige (Collections Manager): "Wesley Wehr was known for living and creating modestly. Legend has it, he would carry an entire exhibition's worth of artwork in a small briefcase and could be found drinking coffee in the U District with his briefcase in tow. But what his drawings and paintings lack in size they make up for in charm and detail. His imaginary figures are drawn so carefully, without any stray lines or second thoughts, as if he always knew how the figure would emerge from the paper. Although I would never have invented the same figure, it made perfect sense to me from the moment I saw it."
Medium: Woodcut Dimensions: 6 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches (image) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1937 - 2012 Date finished: 1992 Edition: of 27 Reference: LD 192
Recommended by Nikki (Fine Print Photographer & Content Publisher): "During a road trip along highway 101, in the middle of nowhere, my friend and I pulled over to look at the stars near the edge of a cliff. There was no light pollution and we stood there in the freezing cold for a long while - silent and still. It’s a powerful thing to feel that small underneath something so big. I was reminded of my human-ness and felt connected to that stillness and place. Lockwood Dennis captures so much of how I felt in that moment. His works typically have multiple colors, but here, Dennis chose to let a single color convey the magnitude of a brief moment. This small woodcut even captures the bright glow of the stars reflected on the cliff face."
Medium: Woodcut Dimensions: 12 x 8 inches (image) 17 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches (sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1987 Date finished: 2019 Edition: AP
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): "I'm delighted and pleasantly surprised by how lasting an impression this graphic yucca print has left on me since first seeing it. The vertical format, rich black gradient, and unexpected use of negative space are simple and satisfying. There's nothing to overthink and everything to enjoy. It's incredibly charming how Spitzack has taken an ordinary subject and made such striking imagery with it."
Medium: Lithograph Dimensions: 11 x 9 3/4 inches (Image) 20 3/4 x 17 3/4 inches (Sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1920 - 2011 Date finished: 1977 Edition: 6/125 Reference: Garver 3 Publisher: Editions Press, San Francisco with blindstamp
Recommended by Sam (Owner & Director): "George Tooker's Voice is an original lithograph published by Editions Press in San Francisco. The artist is best known for his meticulous egg tempera paintings but
Voice was one of a handful of lithographs Tooker produced later in his career. The drawing is sure and reflects his respect for Paul Cadmus, Reginald Marsh, Kenneth Hayes Miller and others. Not content being labeled a 'magic realist,' he did share some of that group's characteristics with his evocative and often intimate subject constructs."
Medium: Reduction woodcut Dimensions: 6 x 8 inches (image) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1938 Date Finished: 1982 Edition: of 300
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): "Gordon Mortensen is known for his use of vibrant color palettes and his richly detailed reduction woodcut landscapes. In Winter Sumac, the palette is just ever so slightly 'muted' in comparison - if you consider gorgeous lilac and fuschia tones muted. This scene, like all of his landscapes, makes me want to go outside and appreciate the beauty of nature during this cold winter season."
Medium: Lithograph Dimensions: 20 x 15 inches Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1969 Date finished: 2003 Edition: of 23
Recommended by Nikki (Fine Print Photographer & Content Publisher): "The Wise Virgin by Jenny Schmid references the parable Jesus told about five foolish virgins and five wise virgins meeting their bridegroom for the first time without warning in the Christian bible. The parable is meant as a metaphor for being ready for death at all times. Once this story came out of the mouths of men at the pulpit, it was twisted to be a warning about women who are unchaste. In this lithograph, the central character is a girl who is afraid - hunched over and ducking away from the devil and his poisonous alcohol. She’s also clutching her bibles as she avoids the temptation of the man at her heel, not looking out for the female creature she steps on, unknowingly. This piece is different from Schmid’s other works she made around this time with alternate worlds where girls are adventurers who break from society’s prescribed roles for them. Instead, she’s using her expert lithographic skills to illustrate the harsh dichotomy girls have pushed on them - be a good girl or be a bad girl."
Medium: Drypoint Dimensions: 14 x 9 7/8 inches Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1909 - 1982 Date of impression: 1940 Edition: 250 Publisher: Associated American Artists
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): "The architectural detail of the Victorian style is beautifully detailed in this drypoint. In a world of fast production and cheap materials, this style appeals to a longing for craftsmanship of times past. In this way it tugs at a deep desire to pursue the more fulfilling aspects of human experience, regardless of the rhythm of modern life. It prompts us to seek out artists and craftspeople, support our local makers, and reject the blitz of corporate advertising. Both the drypoint medium and the architecture depicted remind us that the best things in life require time and great care, and bring us closer in touch with our fellow humans."
Medium: Woodcut Dimensions: 8 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches (image) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1987 Date finished: 2010 Edition: AP
Recommended by Sam (Owner & Director): "This striking image was created from a single woodblock. Spitzack convincingly captures what it is to struggle against the wind. The power required to combat that force and the resulting negative space left behind, are reinforced by the bent posture and aggressive treatment of the arms and hands of the figure."
Medium: Mezzotint Dimensions: 12 x 9 1/2 inches (plate) Artist details: American, 1955 Date finished: 2001 Edition: AP
Recommended by Rebecca (Gallery Manager): "Art Werger always puts mezzotint to good use and he uses it to its fullest in this dark, snowy scene. Passage has all of the best elements of a night scene - high contrast, shadows, reflections, and mystery. The subtle differences in the footprints tell you which figures are coming and which are going, but their faces are obscured by darkness and their umbrellas fighting against the wind. I feel cold but comforted imagining myself in the quiet night, my footsteps muted by the snow. The lighting and depth of view reminds me of other great artists like John Sloan and others of the 1920s-40s. It is a beautifully executed, timeless scene."
Medium: Drypoint Dimensions: 2 1/4 x 7 1/4 inches Artist details:Pacific Northwest, American, 1976 Date Finished: 2017 Edition: of 5
Recommended by Paige (Collections Manager): "Ben Beres consistently surprises me in the ways that he can make me laugh and make me cry. Beres creates a range of works from bold and direct to intricate and convoluted. For me, Your Heart is so wonderful because it is visually bold but the feelings it carries are complicated and intricate. The print is hot pink and punchy, overstated and simple. But its simplicity also gives it honesty and shows raw emotion. The language reminds me of a teenage tantrum yet with a deep and dark emotion behind it. The words seem painstakingly handwritten, not elegantly but heartbreakingly. First it seems inviting, then it brings you to your knees."
Medium: Etching with chine-collé Dimensions: 9 x 14 inches (Image) 12 x 17 inches (Sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: Pacific Northwest, American Date Finished: 2016 Edition: of 3 EV
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): "Storytelling is paramount in Michèle Landsaat's works, which are created for narrative artist's books. The Busy City is a backdrop for one such story, and its whimsical frenzy draws you in to the imagined world. Landsaat creates a tapestry of details in the style of simplicity, layered with countless invitations to the viewer's curiosity. Viewed outside the context of an artist's book, the viewer begins to tell stories of their own about the characters and moments within. Busy City is a delicious opportunity to unleash the imagination."
Medium: Color drypoint Dimensions: 8 7/8 x 12 1/2 inches Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1944 Date finished: 1997 Edition: of 50
Recommended by Sam (Owner & Director): "Liza Jones' Winter Dune is a color drypoint in which she exploits both the delicacy and strength possible with the drypoint process. She effectively captures the coast dune landscape alternating with marshy wetlands. Her mark making is convincing."
Medium: Collagraph Dimensions: 17 1/2 x 18 1/4 inches Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1921 - 2017 Edition: 2/50
Recommended by Rebecca (Gallery Manager): "John Ross was an important artist and publisher (High Tide Press) in the printmaking community and was instrumental to the development of the collagraph along with his wife, Clare Romano, and Glen Alps. Of the collagraph process, Ross once said, "From these ordinary materials, I can create city streets, mountains, canyons, pueblo dwellings, oil refineries, skyscrapers, and other constructions, either realistic or visionary." Refinery shows all that Ross accomplished with collagraphs in a beautifully balanced composition. The piece stays true to the industrial nature of a refinery while adding rich texture, sumptuous color, and engaging detail."
Medium: Monotype Dimensions: 13 x 38 inches Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1962 Date finished: 2018 Edition: 1/1
Available framed at an additional cost.
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): "This piece masterfully embodies three compelling elements; the satisfying contrast between the day and night sky, the mysterious appeal of light portrayed on paper, and mankind's deep fascination with the spiritual implications of our massive universe. Orville has neatly packaged time and space into a comprehensible experience contained on the paper, allowing the viewer to experience the marvel of staring at the heavens without the anxiety of how miniscule and fleeting we are. Her flawless monotype technique is photo-realistic, yet the soft quality of the ink is far more soothing than looking at the real thing."
Medium: Collagraph Dimensions: 22 1/4 x 33 1/4 inches (Plate) 25 1/4 x 36 inches (Sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1914 - 1996 Date finished: 1958 Edition: #2 of 8
Recommended by Rebecca (Gallery Manager): “Three Shadows by Glen Alps illustrates some of my favorite effects one can achieve with Collagraphs, a term the artist coined to describe a mixed media plate. The different heights of the elements give a sculptural feeling when printed. The ink has been lovingly rubbed into all the nooks and crannies and then removed sparingly to maintain the multi dimensionality during the ink transfer from plate to paper. The use of a simple, commercial, paint additive of ground walnut shells instead of carborundum to Elmers glue gives a solid, yet sumptuous, weight to the solid forms. This is an early collagraph from the late ‘50s and shows that his later works did not stray too far from the principals and richness of these early pieces. It is reassuring to see his works re-emerging from long held collections, giving us another chance to make their acquaintance."
Medium: Mezzotint Dimensions: 3 7/8 x 2 7/8 inches
(image) Artist details: American, 1988 Date finished: 2015 Edition: of 10
Recommended by Nikki (Fine Arts Photographer & Content Publisher): "Flaherty’s control over the mezzotint process is stunning. She is able to effectively scrape and remove the burs that hold ink, leaving space for the white of the paper to shine through. She’s chosen to give attention to American Pit Bull Terriers in this series - showing audiences the sweet kindness and personalities these pups innately have. This breed is often punished for its bad reputation."
Medium: Mezzotint Dimensions: 11 5/8 x 10 5/8 inches (Plate) 17 1/2 x 15 1/4 inches (Sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1958 Date finished: 1992 Edition: of 120
Recommended by Rebecca (Gallery Manager): "Summer Serenade always makes me nostalgic for the New York of the 70s. Through this image, I can feel the heat and humidity that draws New Yorkers out of their apartments and onto the stoop to chat, play music, and enjoy the night air. It is a scene that reminds me of an era but is still timeless. Even when I've just visited New York, Mershimer's portrayal makes me want to go back."
Medium: Woodcut Dimensions: 11 5/8 x 17 inches (image/sheet) Artist details: American, 1925 - 2016 Date Finished: 2007 Edition: of 100 Reference: Summers, 249
Recommended by Nikki (Fine Arts Photographer & Content Publisher): "Carol Summers’ woodcut lacks crisp lines and edges, as is characteristic of his works. Unlike his other works, though, he used only two colors in ‘The Torture President’s Legacy’. Summers takes an internationally well known symbol of America and blurs its distinctness as the blue ink mixes with the red as the two pigments lift off the block and migrate onto tissue thin paper via solvents. This work particularly struck me, as I went through the gallery’s inventory, after the current president’s reaffirmation of America’s ban on torture during his meeting with President Ghani and Chairman Abdullah of Afghanistan several days ago. Summers may have been turning a critical eye on Bush in 2007 when this piece was made, but the damage was done and the legacy of horror continued in different ways under each new president. Will America always blur its lines when it comes to basic inalienable rights of all people, including its own?"
Series: Truisms 1979-1983 Medium: Original wood postcard, screenprint text on birch Dimensions: 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches Artist details: American, 1950 Publisher: Fotofolio/Artpost
Recommended by Paige (Collections Manager): "Jenny Holzer is one of my favorite artists, and she continues to use language to attack, provoke, and otherwise call out wrongs in the world, including in the Trump era. What I find most compelling about her work is its simplicity and its audacity. Holzer has famously said: "I used language because I wanted to offer content that people – not necessarily art people – could understand." Her work doesn't usually rely on a specific medium; the words could be on an electronic billboard, a t-shirt, or a postcard like this one. However this piece is so excellent because the red text and imperfect printing highlight the message."
Medium: Wood engraving Dimensions: 8 x 11 inches (image), 12 3/4 x 18 1/2 inches (sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1940 Date finished: 2003 Edition: of 50
Recommended by Paige (Collections Manager): "One of my favorite wood engravings comes from the master himself, Barry Moser. This piece is a bit unusual for its use of colored paper, but is also a classic representation of Moser's impossibly fine lines. The blue paper compliments the animal's light eyes and surrounding darkness. I once read an interview where Moser talked about his love of opposites and how he uses them in work, like serious vs. comedic, expected vs. unexpected, complex vs. simple etc. This piece holds many opposites like the technical skill and traditional stylings compared to the often ignoble cow. I love how this cow gets a royal treatment only Barry Moser could give, complete with a laurel wreath and the title The Old Gentleman."
Medium: Reduction woodcut Dimensions: 29 x 40 inches (image) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1938 Date Finished: 2005 Edition: of 70
Recommended by Sam (Owner & Director): "Gordon Mortensen's reduction woodcut Bearded Iris shows the artist's particular mastery of this demanding process where one block is systematically cut away then printed (on each sheet for the intended edition) with the next color leading finally to the full color effect. There is no going back, no second edition, as the original block surface has gradually been eliminated. The crucial color choices and their sequence make the intended space and volumes credible in the final image."
Medium: Lithograph Dimensions: 16 x 12 inches Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1969 Date finished: 2010 Edition: of 40
Recommended by Paige (Collections Manager): "This wild, colorful lithograph from Jenny Schmid has all of the new energy I feel each spring. Her color palette is perfectly vibrant and fresh – even the flies following the skateboarders seem cheerful. It features some of Jenny's signature motifs, including eyes in the sky, text banners, and strong women. My favorite elements are the rat- and bird-girls, but there are treasures in every corner of this print."
Medium: Intaglio Dimensions: 15 x 10 inches Artist details: American, 1984 Date finished: 2011 Edition: of XV
Recommended by Nikki (Fine Print Photographer & Content Publisher): "There is a memory-like quality to Lingscheit’s hand-pulled print, with it’s soft plate tones and blank spaces. “Sunday” brings up questions around genderism and Western Christian culture’s long history of upholding patriarchal systems, including men being hunters and providers. Why is it that a hunter’s kill is able to take up space, while women are asked to disappear as outlined voids? Despite the clear allusions to women being at the mercy of men’s decisions, the piece also offers a reclamation of power. In this scene, the women hold the most visual ‘weight’ and ground the entire image with their high contrast and distinct negative space silhouettes - forcing the viewer to acknowledge them."
Medium: Woodcut/monotype Dimensions: 16 x 20 inches (image/sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1925 - 2016 Date finished: 1982 Edition: Proof Reference: Summers, 174
Recommended by Rebecca (Gallery Manager): "Deltais an incredibly, vibrant, sumptuous print from Carol Summers. The red is even more bold and rich in person. This woodblock shows many of Carol's unique printing techniques. The waves at the top of the image have beautiful transitions, which were made by printing on both sides of the paper. Solvent is sprayed on the sheet after printing to cause the ink to become an integral part of the paper, like a dye, and giving them almost a watercolor effect and translucency. There is perfect contrast between the texture of these waves and the solid red and heavy blue, showing the mastery in his own style."
Medium: Woodcut Dimensions: 16 x 13 inches (Image) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1937 - 2012 Date finished: 1985 Edition: of 10 Reference: LD 16
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): "This lovely monochromatic scene by Lockwood Dennis is a perfect package of sentimental Seattle; the street scene with the viaduct and Puget Sound views, all just moments away from our gallery, encapsulates the essence of what I hold dear about my home city."
Medium: Wood engraving Dimensions: 9 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches (image) 11 x 7 inches (Sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, b. 1975 Edition: of 50
Text: "It was the start of only a small thing, but, it is only the sum of many small things that makes something great."
Recommended by Nikki (Fine Print Photographer & Content Publisher): "Andy Farkas gently draws viewers into this fairytale-like scene with his delicately carved woodcut that only fills a portion of the soft paper. The only color present is the transparent blue ink of the small letterpress text, floating above the scene. The simplicity of the language and composition give both visual and emotional space for viewers to breathe and digest the full impact of his message; and soon becomes a meditative experience."
Medium: Mezzotint, drypoint Dimensions: 12 x 17 3/4 inches (image) Artist details: American, 1950 Date finished: 2011 Edition: of 26
Recommended by Rebecca (Gallery Manager): "Mary Farrell has created a strong unapologetic, outwardly looking, "in your face" portrait using her mezzotint rocker in a creative and expressive manner. The multiple teeth digging into the plate, forming parallel patterns, as opposed to the rocker's usual technique of covering the whole plate with a velvety looking surface. She has contrasted that deep luxurious surface at the bottom of the image with the stark face peering out."
Medium: Graphite and crayon on paper Dimensions: 9 x 12 inches Signature: Signed and dated in pencil Artist details: American, 1941 - 1994 Date finished: 1981
Recommended by Paige (Collections Manager): "I love that this drawing shows a setting that we don't often see in the art world but is a part of our landscape. It has Steensma's characteristic loose, messy style in the best way - the letters are carelessly drawn and everything seems to be on a tilt. To me it feels like a quick but sincere capturing of a Northwest scene."
Medium: Drypoint Dimensions: 3 x 15 inches (image) 7 3/4 x 22 11/2 inches (sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: Pacific Northwest, American, 1976 Date Finished: 2017 Edition: of 5
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): I'm very drawn to Ben Beres' pieces with a single, evocative phrase. It leaves a lot open to interpretation, and the appeal for me is the curiosity I have about what he thinking about or referring to when he made it. I chose this one for its unexpectedly bright colors.
Medium: Etching, chine-collé Dimensions: 6 x 4 inches Signature: Signed Artist details:Pacific Northwest, American, 1976 Date Finished: 2012 Edition: of 7
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): Ben Beres' work is like someone's diary exploded onto a few hundred sheets of paper, and I'm the type of person who would kill to read everyone's diaries. Fuck is my favorite word, and this sentiment sums up how I feel about 2020.
Medium: Wood engraving Dimensions: 6 3/4 x 5 inches (image) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, b. 1975 Edition: of 100
Text: "Through it all, Squirrel never asked him, 'why.' Mole loved him for that."
Recommended by Emma (Marketing & Communications Manager): This piece is touching. The way that Mole holds his tail is so nervous and vulnerable, and the feeling of pure, selfless caretaking really moves me. I can't even quite tell exactly what Squirrel is doing for Mole, and it still makes me tear up every time.