Copyright ©2000 Linda Gass
Title: Water Series: Natural Desert
Dimensions: 12 x 12 inches
Artist Statement: Sand dunes are an example of the power of water and wind in the desert. The fine grains making up sand dunes were once massive solid rock, perhaps part of a high mountain range. When violent thundershowers pound upon the rocks, minerals leach away and the rock's structure weakens and pieces break off and tumble away. With the aid of more water and power winds, the pieces get smaller. Finally sand begins to drift, eventually drifts turn into dunes.
Materials and Techniques: Original photographs, handmade paper, handpainted silks, layered using polyurethane.
Exhibition History: April 3 - May 4, 2002 at the Olive Hyde Gallery in Fremont.
Purchase Status: Available for sale
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