This rare bathypelagic specimen lives thousands of feet below the surface and has an earnest and expressive face. It is from the OSU Ichthyological Collection and I loved it so much I ran it in three different colors of paper and ink as a triptych.
Image Size: 12.5” X 28” X 2” (3 Panels Overall)
Black and White Mulberry Bark and Kraft Papers mounted on FSC birch panel with black lacquered sides. Printed in archival Payne’s Grey, Burnt Umber and Titanium White inks.
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