Beach Detritus *SOLD OUT*
Limited Second Edition of 25
Link to my tiktok video for making this manière noire lithograph print!
- Around 15"x19"
- Paper: White BFK Rives
Along the Great Lakes, where the waves meet the beach on the margin of the shore, I collect various specimens the lake has turned over to the sandy perimeter. Each object, strewn haphazardly along the sand, is a piece of the story. A narrative begins to form amongst the found materials: beach glass, flat shale, driftwood, cigarettes, nurdles, feathers, black sand, dune roots, plastic, shells, balloons, beetles, cigar mouthpieces, face masks, straws, crinoid fossils, more plastic, rusty crawfish claws, bones, toy army men and fishhooks. Much of this evidence tells a deeper truth as to what is going on at the heart of Great Lake’s waters, such as the sharp white shells of zebra and quagga mussels, found indiscriminately amongst the lake detritus.