Pigment print on hahnemuehle photo rag pearl paper
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Archival pigment print on photo rag pear paper. The paper has a slight sheen offering soft yet detailed surface. 10.5"x14.5" size is printed on a 13x19 sheet. 20.5"x30" size printed on 24"x36" sheet. Ships within 10 days.
From "The Embrace" Series
I stand quietly in the midst of the trees, examining their texture, following the vein-like branches reaching upward and out. I imagine the network of communication and support beneath the surface and feel the effects of this far reaching community. They/we are interconnected. In these years we have lost much in the way of human connectedness. Each decision to do so has been fraught with fear. As we imagine the days going forward can this human-nature relationship help us? Do the trees have something to teach? This work is an exploration of interconnectedness. It is a deep, intimate conversation, an embrace.
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Last Updated Jun 07, 2022
Hometown: Farmington, Connecticut
Based in: Hope, Maine
Karen Olson is a lens-based artist working at the intersection of human emotion and the natural world. In her figurative and nature-inspired work, she uses concept-based projects to explore the human-nature connection and its role in fostering mental health and communication.
Working in photography and sculpture she employs the act of constructing, deconstructing, and reconstructing with both physical materials and digital files. Japanese and Korean papers and processes are artfully employed in her sculptural works. Karen is a Maine based artist whose artistic process includes forest bathing in the woodlands near her home.
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