I love crows. I love the way they walk, stride, hop, the whisper of wings when they take off.
There are quite a few crows in our local museum gardens. Especially on hot days they sometimes come to the pool for a drink of water, sometimes for a dip.
This year's spring flowers around the pond were especially wonderful, tulips, hyacynths, narcissus and forget-me-nots, amazing in all stages of bloom and decay, reflected in the pool.
When crows flew in, strutting along the side of the pool, mirrored in the water amids a sea of flowers it was perfection.
The title was inspired by a friend of mine saying my crow print reminded them of William Morris' 'Brother Rabbit'. Unfamiliar with this particular design I looked it up and saw the connection. Brother Crow it was.
Limited edition of 19 numbered linocuts
Printed in Prussian Blue water-based ink on 190gs acid-free cartridge paper.
Please note that the colour of the print you receive might look different from the way it appears on your monitor. Your print may vary slightly from the image above; each linocut is printed by hand and is unique.
295mm x 210mm approx. (11.6 inches x 8.2 inches approx.)
200mm x 150mm approx. (8.2 inches x 6 inches approx.)