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The Trembling Middle Ground
The Teton Range in western Wyoming has been described as "what mountains are supposed to look like." On my first attempt to climb the South and Middle Tetons, my two oldest daughters and I were turned back by bad weather. It was disappointing, but safer and not at all uncommon. On the way down, though, I turned and saw the storm was making wonderful patterns of light along the peaks around me. That's where this drawing was born.
The title might be about where we are vs. where we're aiming. It may also refer to the power that mighty peaks have on those who visit them. It makes them tremble.
• Based on an original graphite drawing
• Artist examines and approves all files before printing
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• Printed using archival inks, which are laboratory tested and estimated to last up to 300 years under certain conditions*
• Acid free paper is heavy and free of acidic lignin to resist fading, yellowing, and cracking
• Heirloom-quality prints
• Prints are carefully wrapped and packaged by hand to prevent damage in transit
• Gorgeous prints closely match the tones and values of the original drawing
*Based on Wilhelm Imaging Research’s paper Canon image PROGRAF iPF6100 and Canon LUCIA Pigment Inks, released 6/15/09. PDF report available upon request.
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