On Earth Day 2017, my partner and I cycled our toddler from Pittsburgh, PA to Washington D.C. for the Climate March. We trapped ourselves in Suburbia (an environment most ravenous towards the climate) so that we could afford to travel 200+ miles up and down a mountain to raise awareness for the climate crisis. This artwork was created in an effort to illustrate where we began on this adventure.
DETAILS: This illustration was printed in-house by yours truly. It is printed with Epson UV-protectant archival inks on Epson hot press bright paper, an acid-free, fine art paper with a smooth 100% cotton base and bright white surface. Sandwiched between shatter-resistant acrylic and acid absorbing foam, this piece is estimated to last you a generation (or two). It is placed inside a handcrafted ash frame by Raheem Uqdah sourced from the local woods of Xenia.
SHIPPING: All framed artwork is wrapped in bubble wrap before placed in a fragile box to ensure safe arrival. Item tracking included on all orders when possible. Once placed, orders will be shipped the following week.
DONATION: A portion of all sales will be donated to Glen Helen, an educational institute and nature preserve in Yellow Springs, Ohio. They graciously allowed us to show work from the Climate Question in their Atrium Gallery in the summer of 2018.