Buster Jangle-Easy by Kirsty Harris
Digital print on tapestry backing material
Artist's proof - The only one printed at this size.
Printed from an image of my original oil painting, this print can simply be pinned on the wall - no framing required.
Buster Jangle-Easy was a nuclear test performed by the USA in the Nevada Desert in 1951.
About my artistic practice - I explore the notion of nuclear explosions as cultural, historical and iconic symbols. I reference the scale, beauty and the abhorrent nature of the mushroom clouds while also delving into the periphery of the subject and its surrounding evidence and equipment. I’m a multi disciplinary artist with work spanning a wide range of media including painting, printmaking, short films, audio compositions, ceramics, cyanotypes, wall drawings and installations.
ARTIST'S PROOF, Buster Jangle-Easy, Digital print on tapestry backing
Signed certificate of authenticity supplied.
Care instructions - clean with a feather duster or gently with a soft, dry cloth.