Not For Sale
In this tiny piece, I capitalized on the quick drying time of the ink and the random shapes it makes to create this bear cub. I Then lifted the darks where I wanted them to be. I live in Manitoba where polar bears roam in Hudson’s Bay. If there is any beacon to remind us of climate change, it’s these creatures. I love to paint them as a reminder of our times and the steps we must take to ensure their survival.
|Date:||June 5, 2019|
|Technique:||Alcohol Ink on Black Ceramic Tile|
|Contents:||Nature, Outdoors, Hole, Face, Mountain, Photography|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||4in x 4in|
Leslie Franklin, AFCA