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This painting is a reflection on human impact on nature - a theme I focus on in-depth as an artist in residence at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Paint splatters in my sketchbook were digitized and fed to a laser cutter that cut/burned the shapes of the splatters into the watercolor painting - a visualization of the decay of nature. From the delicate rendering of the flora and fauna in paint, to calibrating the laser cutter to leave smoke on the paper, every step in the process was done with meticulous care.
This piece is on heavyweight paper. The edges of the paper are deckled but straight.
This painting required framing because of the laser cut design. The 19" x 15" paper is professionally mounted to red matboard. Both the matboard and painting are in a simple black frame that is 28.5" high, 20.5" wide, 1.5" deep and no more than 10 pounds in weight. The frame is wired on the back and ready to hang.
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