Ash Dome, 1998. A print by David NashColor aquatint, 16 x 20", edition 50.
David Nash comes from a tradition of Land Artists whose work requires the viewer to take a conceptual leap. Ash Dome is a kind of nature study, and is a preliminary work to Nash's living sculpture, Ash Dome,
(1977), a work created from 22 living trees planted in a circle by the artist near his home in Wales. I love to imagine what this sculpture might look like right now; enveloping, intertwining and twisting. Nash's strong interest in, and ties to, the natural world allow him to manipulate and sculpt it to powerful effect while still maintaining an organic sensibility.
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