An unusual edition of three original pen and ink drawings plus two proofs — drawing began in late April and finished up in late May. Can drawings be prints? These are not at all printerly, but there ARE three identical (in the sense of an edition of prints) original drawings, each one measuring 18 x 128 inches of very fine black ink pen drawn on heavy hot-press watercolor paper. They were completed around May 20, 2010. Also two proofs with some variations which were accordion folded in anticipation of making them into books. One of those is being framed as a long scalloped drawing, the other may eventually become a rather unwieldy 16 page book 18 x 8 inches when closed.
Thanks SO much to artist, Peregrine Honig (also see HERE), who bounced purposefully for two hours on the small trampoline in my studio as we chatted and photographed hundreds of mostly very blurry images while she wore her fabulous black and silver sequined mini dress with matching bunny eared hat!!
You may open a higher resolution version in a new window by CLICKING HERE
It’s a bit difficult for me to illustrate such a long image on a web page, so here’s an experiment suggested by Scott Goldberg — I’ve rotated the drawing vertically and enabled a script so that as you move your mouse over the image below, an enlargement window should appear and you can magnify any area you please.
You can make the window larger or smaller and magnify or reduce the image in the window by holding down your mouse button and moving left and right and up and down.