Labyrinth Valley

An Etching of 8 x 6 inches

Artists Comments– Labyrinth Valley was engraved on a copper plate that measures 8 inches by 6 inches. It depicts four imaginary labyrinths within four imaginary valleys. The valleys are also labyrinthine in character, but they appear to have been constructed by natural forces. Who built these things? What’s inside? Everybody loves a mystery and labyrinths are mysterious. If you’re outside, you wonder what could be inside. If you’re inside, you wonder how to get back outside. You wonder what’s around the next corner, and the next, and so on. Someday, I’d like to hear that someone looked at this engraving and discovered within it an answer to a problem. Could it be an erosion abatement project, a way to preserve geological formations, a military fortification? Or an amusement? Evan Lindquist has prepared a DVD illustrating the design and making of the print “Labyrinth Valley” and a copy of that DVD is included with the prints distributed to members.