Oil Slick

I didn’t realize what grave danger our environment is in until I learned of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. It was one of the first environmental crises I remember hearing about. I saw a lot of pictures of dead birds and turtles covered in oil. They were heartbreaking, but the media didn’t seem to draw the connection that our environmental mistakes hurt humans, too. I wanted to show they also impact us.       -Gina

Artist:  Gina Ledor (2002 —  )
Date: 2019
Medium:  Digital painting (Apple Pencil on iPad Pro with Procreate graphic software) over imported pencil drawing
Dimensions:  Optional (first printing: 20 x 26″)
Paper:  Lexjet Metallic, an archival giclee paper (also available on aluminum or any other desired matrix)
Edition:  This is a small limited edition with two states, the first illustrated below, the second above.  The first impression (as above) has been printed printed by LightRoom (Berkeley, CA), where subsequent prints on paper will also be accomplished.  (Aluminum prints are available at Bay Photo (Scotts Valley, CA).  The edition tally will be updated as other proofs are printed. The total edition will likely remain far below 100 (numbered and/or artist’s) proofs.
Signature:  Digitally signed by the artist, lower right.
Condition:  Pristine, framed and glazed with Optium Tru-Vue Museum Glass
Exhibition history:
1. The David Brower Center, Berkeley, CA, June 6 – Sept. 12, 2019, State II on Lexjet Metallic paper, 20 x 26″
2. Burning Man, Black Rock City, NV, courtesy of Dean Hanley, Aug. 25 – Sept. 2, 2019, State I on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Metallic paper, 36.2 x 55″
3. Expressions Gallery, Berkeley, CA, Oct. 26 – Feb. 7, 2019, State II on Lexjet Metallic paper, 20 x 26″
Price:  Upon request

State II, framed
State II, sample printing on hypermetallic
Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Metallic paper