Original Painting

The original painting measures 16"x20". It was painted with acrylic paint and mixed media on cradle wood panel. The panel is 1.5" deep. It was created with discarded trash such as a popcan, plastic bags. caardbord, and upcycled jewelry cleaned out during hikes in the forest. It has been layered with real pressed leaves and other found objects.

 

It will come titled and signed on the back.

 

Fine art prints are available in sizes 5"x7", 8"x10" and 11"x14"

 

5"x7" print

Full bleed- no border Printed with archival inks, making it fade resistant. Printed on 110 lb. acid free paper Carefully packaged with a sturdy board backing (So your print will not bend). Comes in a resealable acid-free crystal clear bag for protection. Comes signed on the back.

 

8"x10" print 

This print has a slim white border.

Printed with archival inks, making it fade resistant.

Printed on 110 lb. acid free paper

Carefully packaged with a sturdy board backing (So your print will not bend). Comes in a resealable acid-free crystal clear bag for protection.

Comes signed on the back.

 

11x14" prints

This print has a slim white border

It is printed on archival crystal photo paper with archival ink so it will not fade.

It has a satin finish.

Carefully packaged with a sturdy, board backing (So your print will not bend). Comes in a resealable acid-free crystal clear bag for protection.

Comes signed on the back. This is custom printed, so please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.

ReWild - Prints and Original

$6.00Price
Size
  • Of Roots and Wildness ~ Artist Statement

    I’ve been collecting bark, and leaves, and bottles. Old pop cans, and crumbling paper bags. Did you know Pabst beer is a favorite of the woods? Cardboard coffee cozies a close second? And that the most trash can be found along deer trails that diverge off of those concrete paths that cities insist on putting into wooded parks and preserves? Our forests are full of trash. And a few hikes spent picking up with my family are not going to fix that.

     In preparation for these paintings, I visited over five Des Moines area parks and forests. From the Bill Riley trail near Walnut creek to Yellow Banks River park.  The idea was to re-immerse in nature. The seeds, leaves, bark, and discarded trash I gathered, were then used to create the paintings, grounding the project in Iowa forest and prairie. A tangible connection to our local land. At its heart, this art is about connection.

    My hope is for you to find a moment in one of these paintings that calls to you. Maybe it’s the ground squirrel nesting under the oak roots. Maybe it’s the hint of a bumblebee or a certain smudge of paint. I want to inspire you to trust nature. To reconnect with nature. And I want you to grow. 

Copyright Autumn Rozario Hall 2019

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