"Piercing the Darkness" is a dramatic two-dimensional depiction of a three-dimensional piece of pierced pottery.  Hanging on the wall, it reaches out with warm rays of light.  There is an architectural quality to the piece, and a sense of grounding with the gallery pedestal as a foundation.  

The finished piece is printed on 100% cotton canvas and gallery wrapped over a 1.5 inch solid wood frame. The image continues around the sides. The work comes varnished, signed, and ready to hang

- Don Farrall

Piercing the Darkness

Digital printmaking on stretched canvas

Open edition
Signed on front

36" h x 27" w x 1.5" d
3 lbs. 8 oz.



Don Farrall
Lincoln, Nebraska

Getting to Know Don

Don Farrall creates his unique images by photographing sculptural props against custom-made backgrounds. Although he does some digital post-production editing, these images are not computer generated–they are grounded in reality. Don has made a career out of commercial photography, which led him to develop his personal practice. He considers his art to be a “hybrid” photography medium. Each image asks the viewer to question if what they are seeing is real or pure fantasy. Don lives and works in Lincoln, Nebraska, where he has been married to his high school sweetheart for 38 years.