Desert Nymph becoming angry


20 inch by 30 inch canvas panel with mixed media (candy wrappers and packaging), digital photograph on archival tissue paper, vellum, charcoal and acrylic paint




The desert nymph, dismayed at the state of her and other deserts, is becoming quietly angry. Her desert, the Anzo Borrego, is quite lovely. Others are in worse shape. All are very fragile and in danger of future damage.

This original environmentally inspired artwork is 20″x30″ and created on canvas panel.  The image is Kate’s original photograph of the Anza Borego dessert in the morning, printed on archival tissue paper and layered with candy wrappers and other packaging.  The original colors were enhanced with acrylic paint and charcoal, the medium used for the angered nymph, drawn on vellum and added to this landscape.  The piece can be shipped with a simple black frame or left unframed if it will be customized to better suit its future space.



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