Sub-Arctic Expedition

During July, 2013, I journeyed to the Faroe Islands for an artist residency in the capital of Torshavn.  Read about the trip, and see some of the images I created, here:

http://subarcticexpedition.wordpress.com

For more information about the program that made it possible for me to visit the Faroes, The Arctis Exchange, go to this site:

http://arctisexchange.wordpress.com

 

Sub-Arctic Home, 16" x 12", multiple plate etching

Sub-Arctic Home
12″ x 16″, multiple plate etching

Sub-Arctic Expedition, 16" x 12", multiple plate etching

Sub-Arctic Expedition
16″ x 12″, multiple plate etching

Sub-Arctic Swing, Multiple Plate Etching, 15" x 9", 2014

Sub-Arctic Swing
15″ x 9″,multiple plate etching

Relocated, 8" x 6", multiple plate etching

Relocated
8″x6″, multiple plate etching

Ram, 12" x 9", multiple plate etching, 2014

Ram
12″ x 9″, multiple plate etching

Drunken Seahorses 12" x 16", ink & gouache

Drunken Seahorses
12″ x 16″, ink & gouache

Ink and Gouache

Over and Up
12″ x 16″, ink & gouache

Companions, 5.5" x 4", multiple plate etching

Companions
5.5″ x 4″, multiple plate etching

Progeny5.5" x 4", multiple plate etching

Progeny
5.5″ x 4″, multiple plate etching

 

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  1. […] Brendan sailed around the North Atlantic, in search of the Isle of The Blessed. Some have hypothesized that he may have been the first European to reach North America, before the Vikings and long before Christopher Columbus. Because of my own journeys, though, I am more taken with the notion that the Isle of the Blessed may have been the Faroe Islands. […]