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Breakwater
Woodcut Print
Martine Baldwin
$1,800
With this woodcut print, Martine displays the power of nature to undo the best attempt of man to halt the inevitable.
Estuary Wall
Woodcut Print
Martine Baldwin
$1,800
Martine draws a parallel between the natural patterns of the river where she lives, and the stark manmade structures built to ‘tame’ it in this woodcut print titled, “Estuary Wall”.
Littoral No.1
Woodcut Print
Martine Baldwin
$1,200
Martine invites the viewer to learn the beauty that both entices and threatens, in the woodcut prints “Littoral No.1” and “Littoral No.2”.
Littoral No.2
Woodcut Print
Martine Baldwin
$1,200
Martine invites the viewer to learn the beauty that both entices and threatens, in the woodcut prints “Littoral No.1” and “Littoral No.2”.
Saltar No. 1 (Horses)
Black Ink on Paper
Sol Storni
$1,000
Sol presents the image of the horse and asks the questions: to jump or not to jump, to be or not be, and do you dare to cross over our fears?
Saltar No. 2 (Horses)
Black Ink on Paper
Sol Storni
$1,000
Sol presents the image of the horse and asks the questions: to jump or not to jump, to be or not be, and do you dare to cross over our fears?
Severn Walk
Woodcut Print
Martine Baldwin
$1,800
Martine draws a parallel between the natural patterns of the river where she lives, and the stark manmade structures built to ‘tame’ it in this woodcut, “Severn Walk”.
Whale Wharf
Woodcut Print
Martine Baldwin
$1,800
The local name for this low tide area referred to as “Whale Wharf” has been carried down through generations. Martine shares this history in her print and reflects on how a past event can encourage nature to reflect upon itself.

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MARTINE BALDWIN from ENGLAND

Martine finds her passion and connection to the land through conservation, nature and her artwork. According to Martine, “I needed to explore my intense desire to connect with the landscape. However, I began to realize I needed to reconnect with my creativity to fully experience and express this. I would describe myself as a printmaker and working with wood has always appealed to me. The medium of woodcut lends itself to the description of a landscape that has been reduced or paired-down to essential lines and shapes by the relentless action of wind and water. The grain of the wood runs through the images linking land, water and sky and references the natural textures and patterns that are found throughout the landscape. My work is primarily focused on the littoral/tidal landscapes near my home in the South-West of England.”

Martine’s work is unique to our collection in her ability to capture complexity with flowing curvatures. With her woodcut prints, Martine displays the power of nature to undo the best attempt of man to halt the inevitable.