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Graham Yarrington "Cutaway Pond" - Archival Print, Limited Edition of 20 - 13 x 19"

Cutaway Pond • Autographed archival pigment print • Printed on Hahnemühle William Turner Matte Fine Art Paper, 310 GSM with hand-deckled edges • Hand-varnished • 13 x 19 inches

Hand-signed and numbered by artist Graham Yarrington in a limited edition of 20 

House of Roulx blind embossed stamping • Authentic Edition rubber stamp on verso • Letter of Authenticity


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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