In the King’s Trailer Court
In the King’s Trailer Court is a hand-pulled lithograph. The image size is 14″ by 18″ and the paper size is 18″ by 22″. The image is printed on Arches Cover, an archival rag paper. This original lithograph is available unframed (shrink wrapped with foam core) or framed with a rag mat, black frame and archival materials including UV filtering glass. Contact me for an image of the framed artwork.
In the King’s Trailer Court imagines life in a Medieval trailer court and features architectural styles from across the Medieval world. The scene includes a resident “mowing” lawn with a scythe, another barbecuing a pig, gnome heads on sticks and pink dragons rather than pink flamingos.
This lithograph was completed at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. It is a 6-color lithograph, hand drawn and printed by Faye Passow. The black run was drawn first using razor blades to achieve tone by scraping away a thin layer of ink from a fully inked litho stone. The stone has a fine texture and the scraping removes ink and particles of stone to reveal the light areas. This image is then printed on mylar and becomes the template for the color runs. Each color is drawn and printed separately. The black image is printed last. Hand lithographs are multiple originals. This lithograph has a limited edition of 22 with 2 Artist’s Proofs. Each one is an original.
In the King’s Trailer Court has been featured in several exhibitions including Unprepared, a two person exhibition at the MAEP Gallery of the MIA, Trouble in Paradise, a Solo exhibition at Swan Song Contemporary Arts in Maiden Rock, WI and Minnesota Surrealists, a two person exhibition at the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
It is currently featured in an online exhibition for the First Unitarian Society’s “Art in the Gallery” program at www.fusgallery.org.
$750.00 – $950.00
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