Glen Baldridge’s “Specter”


Glen Baldridge, “Specter,” woodcut, 2013

From a description on Artspace: “Glen Baldridge realizes these haunting prints by using what is known as a game camera. Set up at night in rural New England, Baldridge’s camera is triggered by insects, wind, or animals, such as the one captured here. Specter is a woodcut print produced in an edition of 5, the animal’s outline rendered in a ghostly—or as the title says, spectral—image.”

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