Birdwatching - Lithograph Print
This three-plate lithograph print from 2015 shows a sneaky peek at the life unfolding inside an old Victorian home, viewed from the round frame of a spyglass. The work takes inspiration from my own Victorian apartment in Savannah, GA, once upon a time, in which I would sometimes forget to close the blinds while changing.
The edition number is very small -- only nine were printed originally, and now only five remain, plus two Artist's Proofs.
These prints measure approximately 31cm x 31cm, and are printed on heavy weight archival paper with raw torn edges.
Please note that there are small differences between prints, including slight shifts in registration, small dots of ink from the printing plate, and subtle variations in tone. While not intentional features of the prints, such "imperfections" are to be expected and serve as a reminder of the labour involved in this method of printmaking. However, please also note that a few prints have tan staining (diluted sepia ink) along the edges. This won't effect the aesthetics of the piece when framed, but is still reflected in the low price nonetheless.