This image explores the relationship between people and place, and the effects that dams and overfishing of wild salmon have on small communities in the Pacific Northwest.
Print measures 8” x 10” and is printed on acid-free archival paper. Packaged with recycled backing board for protection, and sealed in a cellophane sleeve.
About the artist:
Elana Gabrielle is a multidisciplinary designer and maker of printed paper and textile goods for the body and home. Her work is influenced by the wild landscapes, from misty mountains to dusty desert valleys.
Using cut paper collage, painting, screen printing, and textile design, she weaves the natural world into all of her creations. Elana’s handmade goods invite mindful interaction with nature both in the home and out in the wild and encourage care for the world around us.