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Rare Print Taken From a NASA Flight by Justin Brice Guariglia

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Donated by: Justin Brice Guarriglia

Bid to win this rare opportunity to own one of celebrated artist and activist Justin Brice Guariglia’s editioned prints from a series that has come from his flights over Greenland with NASA!

Artist: Justin Brice Guariglia
Title: Untitled 19 of 25
Year created: 2017
Medium: UV Acrylic Print
Edition: 19
Height (inches): 19
Width (inches): 26
Depth (inches): 2
Signed by the artist
Signed Area: Front
This piece is framed.
Includes a certificate of authenticity.

Description of piece:
The print depicts the glaciated mountains of Greenland that have been shaped by the movement of glacial ice for millennia. This print is number 19 of an edition of 25, and printed onto a mould-made Hahnemühle fine art paper, using a unique sprayed acrylic printing method. The paper size is 22 1/2 x 29 1/2, with an image size of 19 3/4 x 26 1/2 in., and the print has been professionally framed. 

Artist bio:
The artist and environmental activist Justin Brice Guariglia exemplifies the growing desire of artists to address climate change with their voice and through their mediums. Guariglia, who in 2015 was the first artist to fly on a NASA mission, will continue his earth science exploration with NASA/JPL's Oceans Melting Greenland Mission through 2020.

Working closely with scientists, philosophers, and journalists, while mixing photography, painting, print making, and sculpture, Guariglia turns his documentation of our changing planet into works of art that powerfully and affectively communicate some of the great challenges we face on our changing planet. His traveling solo exhibition entitled Earth Works: Mapping the Anthropocene, which recently debuted at the Norton Museum of Art, will re-open this Fall at the Fisher Museum of Art at USC, in conjunction with the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History. Guariglia will also be a featured artist in the upcoming Storm King Arts Center exhibition entitled “Indicators: Artists on Climate Change”. 


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