Roads To Whiskey Ridge II – Lenny Lane


From a personal experience. This print depicts the vast open spaces in autumn and winter, when ranchers on horseback would traverse across many kilometres in order to rotate their livestock’s grazing pastures in Southern Alberta. The distant outcrop is Whisky Ridge – many kilometres wide and covered in forests where cattle would take shelter from predators and harsh weather. The foreground illustrates the well-worn dirt roads used by ranchers and cowboys for generations to reach them.

Paper Dimensions: 96 x 25cm

Image Dimensions: 86 x 20cm

Edition of 10

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About the Artist

Lenny’s work is predominantly reduction linocut printing. This approach uses one block and subsequent layers of colour – often several layers. He has been practising this method since he studied Graphic Design at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, in Dundee. Themes in Lenny’s work are generally inspired by places he has been, or the natural environment, which is a constant source of influence. On occasion, such as the Artist’s Ranch Project, Lenny has taken source material from historical standpoints, and allowing his artistic license to wander. New works are forming all the time.

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Thanks to the artist generosity, 30% of the sales of this print will go to FareShare

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