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Run #02639a18

18 of 20 - Yellowstone Falls - Hand-Embellished Edition

Edition 18 of 20
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TYPE:Hand-Embellished Archival Pigment Print on Hand-Deckled 290gsm Moab Fine Art Paper
SIZE:34 x 26 Inches
RELEASE DATE:   Mar 06 2020
This RUN is signed, numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Mary Iverson and 1xRUN.
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"When I was sketching in Yellowstone National Park, I saw this view and knew that it would be the perfect painting composition for a hand-embellished print! I composed the original painting so it would have some image area on the left where I could place cool geometric shapes.

"Over top of the pristine landscape imagery, I scratch in perspective lines with an X-Acto knife, then create a post-apocalyptic shipwreck scene with shipping containers scattered around the rocks. These paintings are meant to contrast industrial activity with the environment, inspiring conversations about climate change." – Mary Iverson

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Mary Iverson
Seattle, Washington
Mary Iverson’s paintings portray the clash between globalization and the environment, offering visions of container ships as they collide with national parks in surreal, post apocalyptic scenarios. Her interest in the shipping industry began with observations at the Port of Seattle. Initially, she was drawn to the beauty of the port, but as she began learning more about the growth of the industry, with its enormous trade volumes and huge mega-ships, she wondered about ultimate destination for all of this growth. When this thought process clashed with her identity as an environmentalist, it generated her current body of work.
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