A square print is divided horizontally into two halves, like a very abstract landscape. Below the horizon is a blue grid with light speckles. Above is a pale blue ground with a swirling white textured grain like a giant fingerprint or an icy storm.
Assembled collagraph, matrix, recycle cardboard and floor tile,
Janet Yagoda Shagam lives and works in Albuquerque, New Mexico, US. The artist’s abstract prints refer to themes of weather and weathering as a metaphor for life. She is a Science academic and has participated in research exploring links between epilepsy and creativity.