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Drowned Apse

The apse is the curved recess behind the altar in a church- here imagined in a future context where imaginary gods mingle with the currents of the deep.

This print was carved and printed from three linoleum blocks during my residency at Ucross in Wyoming, among hills long drowned and drained again. It’ll all be ocean again before long.



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