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Glacial currents (yellow, sienna), 2018
These watercolours were produced using chunks of ancient glacial ice that were fished from the sea off the coast of Greenland. The ice was placed atop thin washes of colour on a sheet of thick paper. As the ice gradually melted, the resulting water displaced the pigment, producing organic swells and fades of colour.
|Glacial currents (yellow, sienna)|
|Watercolour, Indian ink and pencil on paper|