Earth Print   13.5x8’, earth, canvas, 2017  There is no shortage of reports of the impact of industrialized agriculture on the health of our soil and ultimately the earth. The top six inches of soil sustains humans in food production, creating a mutualistic relationship between man, mineral, and invertebrates. This print, buried for one month under regenerative, farm-rich, organic, black hummus celebrates in reverence a regenerative practice of reciprocity between farmer and the soil from which we survive.  Thanks to Bread and Butter Farm and the interns of summer 2017; Keira Meiser, Eleanor Reagan, Mac Baker, Chloe Dubois, and Christopher Leberecht for helping with this project.

Earth Print

13.5x8’, earth, canvas, 2017

There is no shortage of reports of the impact of industrialized agriculture on the health of our soil and ultimately the earth. The top six inches of soil sustains humans in food production, creating a mutualistic relationship between man, mineral, and invertebrates. This print, buried for one month under regenerative, farm-rich, organic, black hummus celebrates in reverence a regenerative practice of reciprocity between farmer and the soil from which we survive.

Thanks to Bread and Butter Farm and the interns of summer 2017; Keira Meiser, Eleanor Reagan, Mac Baker, Chloe Dubois, and Christopher Leberecht for helping with this project.