“Who looks upon a river in a meditative hour and is not reminded of the flux of all things?”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
The rivers of the Canterbury Plains vary over the year from dry river beds to torrents that flood the surrounding farmland. I visited this particular spot not long after devastating floods had created havoc over the landscape. It was amazing to see how quickly this waterway had reverted back to a placid bubbling stream, with only the water-raked grasses leaving a hint of the river’s flux.
This artwork was created for a group exhibition of the Selwyn Artists Collective, and there is a ‘sister’ artwork by fellow Canterbury printmaker Soon-Lee Spicer of the same location titled “Old Bridge, New Bridge.”
Additional Information about this Limited Edition Artwork
Artist: Margaret White
Edition Size: Edition of 8
Medium: Linocut on washi
Dimensions of Artwork (H x W): 300mm x 210mm (unframed)
Framing: Classic white quality solid wood frame with acid-free mat board surrounding the print. Frame ready to hang on delivery with fixings on frame (picture hook not included). Framed size 390mm x 315mm (H x W).
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