Image of Snowblind

This drawing uses sparse stripes of banded watercolour to show the rock beneath the snow. The mountain range is always there, but like a blue sky on a cloudy day, is often concealed by the weather. And I don't know, I suppose this drawing is also a lot like a Rorschach test. Which I think everyone should have on their wall because, if the mountain and sense of space don't keep you sane, then you can use the test to determine how crazy you've gone while cooped up in your little space.

You will be buying an unframed A4 fine art print (unframed).

The original drawing was done with ink, pen and brush on paper.

The print you will soon excitingly own is from a limited edition series of 20, each hand numbered and signed.

The prints are gallery quality giclée prints on uncoated, acid and lignin free archival paper. My printing company uses Epson UltraChrome™ K3 archival inks - the standard by which all other professional level ink technologies are measured. All gallery prints are produced using the Epson Stylus Pro 9880 44-inch wide printer and hand trimmed to size.