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Solidarity Sunflowers


This block was carved while in residence on the shores of the vast and alkaline Summer Lake in eastern Oregon, about thirty miles directly across the shallow milky waters from the site known as Paisley Caves- the oldest inhabited site in North America above 1000 feet. The need for solidarity is one of the most fundamental- it’s how we will get to the better future we imagine. If we fight together, we fight to win.

This was hand-printed with sepia ink on the Charles Brand etching press at Flight 64 studio in Portland.

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