“Hiraeth” is a Welsh word that denotes a longing for a home to which one cannot return, or that never was. This piece depicts mountainscapes from Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole, WY, and Rocky Mountain National Park, CO. The structural geometric elements are representative of human habitation among these wild places, all of which I’ve never lived, and yet yearn to exist among - hence the title.
Acrylic, gouache, Sumi inks, and pencil on canvas
Original (SOLD) - 40” x 30”
Prints - 14” x 11”, 20” x 16”