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Graham Yarrington "Depression Shrine" - Limited Edition, Archival Print

Depression Shrine 1 • Autographed archival pigment print • Printed on Hahnemühle William Turner Deckle Edged Matte Fine Art Paper, 310 GSM • 13 x 19 inches

Hand-signed and numbered by artist Graham Yarrington in a limited edition of 10 • Example: # /10 

House of Roulx blind embossed stamping • Authentic Edition rubber stamp on verso • Letter of authenticity • Signature and number on final item received may vary slightly from reference image shown here


Growing up Rochester, New York, Graham Yarrington's work is informed by his childhood surroundings - “lots of open space and trees” - manifested in highly imaginative ink and gouache landscapes. Though his work is at times bright and fantastical, the stuff of daydreams and Grimm’s fairy tales, there is also a darkness that the artist can’t shake.

“I’ve always found that painting is the best therapy. I think that sadness and struggle will always play an important role in my growth as an artist.”

Yarrington’s images are haunted by mysterious shadowy giants and animal spirits, who navigate a world ripe with religious symbolism: totems, sacred objects, and Celtic tree knots, wrapped around rainbow-colored geodes or stones. “I’m not religious, but I think there are some religious themes that will be forever embedded in my subconscious as a result of being raised in a religious home. I think the combination of some sort of moral code with the downright creepy has always resonated with me.”

Graham is a graduate of Pratt Institute currently living and working in Brooklyn.

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Hand-Signed and Numbered by Graham Yarrington

Limited Edition of 10

Hahnemühle William Turner Deckle Edged Matte Fine Art Paper, 310 GSM

Signature and Number on Final Item Received May Vary Slightly From Reference Image Shown Here