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Drawings, prints and etchings by Kate Crook of the desert landscape in Joshua Tree National Park. Meghan Crandall's assemblages on hand-painted panels are photographed to create unique prints that are reminiscent of subtle, timeworn surfaces, of the desert landscape.

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What Lies Beneath September 2 - 30 2019 Asher Grey Gallery
Works by artists Kate Crook & Meghan Crandall. A unique vision of the desert landscape through assemblage, drawing, prints & etchings.

Kate Crook
A series of drawings and etchings (2014 to 2016) inspired by traveling to the desert landscape of The Joshua Tree National Park in California.
Two desert landscapes determined by …

What Lies Beneath September 2 - 30 2019 Asher Grey Gallery
Works by artists Kate Crook & Meghan Crandall. A unique vision of the desert landscape through assemblage, drawing, prints & etchings.

Kate Crook
A series of drawings and etchings (2014 to 2016) inspired by traveling to the desert landscape of The Joshua Tree National Park in California.
Two desert landscapes determined by elevation, come together in the park. Few areas more vividly illustrate the contrast between ‘high desert’ and ‘low desert’. Below 3,000 feet (910 m) the Colorado Desert (part of the Sonoran Desert ) …