An Untamed Bond, Part 2 of 5 of The Allegory of Atalanta, linocut, 2020. Edition of 6, printed on Arnhem 1618, 16 x 22 inches.
When Atalanta was born, her father had hoped for a boy and so he left her on a mountainside to die of exposure as was the practice with unwanted girls or disabled children. Artemis, in the form of a shebear, found her and suckled her. She was raised as one of Artemis’ huntresses.
Printed on the artist's ingenious home-made printing press (made of a car jack, melamine and oak). Created for her upcoming solo exhibition Untold Stories I once Wished Lost at the Karsh-Masson Gallery (re-scheduled for 2021).