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Prints medium: Etching print


Edition of 10 (1 available)

Gallery: Smithson Gallery

Ships from: United Kingdom

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About the artwork
*Framing available upon request*"My most recent body of work has been made in the past year. I have been finding solace and tranquility in nature. The mountains in New Zealand, the glaciers in Iceland and the forests in Finland have inspired and influenced these works. I want to convey that the elements are in control, not the clock. You feel small and at the mercy of the forces of nature, your senses are heightened." - Sarah Duncan, 2020


Medium Etching print
Support Paper
Framed? No
Subjects Nature,
Style Realist
Original or Edition? Edition of 10
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Artwork Dimensions: 70 X 70 X 1 X cm

About Sarah Duncan

Sarah Duncan draws inspiration from nature, landscape, and the cyclical patterns of our planet to create masterful monochrome etchings and painstaking original drawings. Her series of immersive residencies in remote and seemingly vulnerable environments such as Finland, Iceland and Arizona have had a profound impact on her practice, resulting in significant bodies of work. Seeking beauty in the realms of science, astronomy and geology, her subject matters are composed of key elements that make up the natural world – water, stars, ice and snow, however underlying this are the activities that affect the planet’s fragile equilibrium. Working in extreme environments highlights the increasing speed of change in our planet’s climate and landscapes, and whilst her practice is not working directly to transform the global scale of climate change into a human narrative, it subtly resonates within her work.

“I continue to explore moments of transition and turbulence in the landscape. I choose to show the beauty rather than the devastation, a celebration of what we stand to lose.”