The razor wire fence stands between me and my view of the neighbors from my studio itself at Greatmore. Who is it intended to keep out you may wonder?
As a neighborhood, the streets of Woodstock are home to a large number of indigent people that resort to petty crime largely due to issues of addiction and unemployment.
In juxtaposition to this reality is the slow process of gentrification as the houses are bought and upgraded making them unaffordable for the original inhabitants, or demolished and replaced by apartment buildings.
Woodstock, image size: 59.4. X 24.6 cm. (excluding the 3 cm white border) Limited Edition of 10, print on watercolor paper.
what you get:
59.4 by 24.6 centimetre limited edition (one of ten) art print – made from the original painting, and hand signed by the artist. All prints are wrapped for safe transport, and printed on acid free, archival quality watercolour paper
frame note included.