Widespread Panic 2

I decided to continue with environmental themes established in my first Widespread print. I wanted to comment on the destruction of forests and wild life and all the reasons we justify doing it. Cutting down a tree is the promise of something more: homes, furniture and paper along with mining, oil and roads. Lines begin to blur when destroying something pure. I created a wolf standing at the edge of a forest gazing into a world of infinite promise and possibility.

NOTES: 24 x 18 inches /// 5 screens /// numbered edition of 250 sold at show (artist edition of 100 signed and numbered) /// signed and numbered refractor holofoil edition of 35 /// March 25, 2014 at Moore Theater in Seattle, WA.