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I was on a little boat, 8 people maybe. We were travelling along the coast of Turkey and Greece, stopping at small islands en route. The company was regular, boring regular with a strong dislike for me. I spent a lot of time drawing and writing. I spent most of the time drawing this little thing which is of another trip on an olde pirate ship in the Galapagos! The Greece and Turkey voyage was amazing anyway, one of the best stops was when we had to because of a storm that was tossing us about. We had to get close to the island and create a pulley system to shore (they didn't hate me when i paddled to shore with the rope!) Once it was set up everyone got in the blow up boat and were safely pulleyed to land. There was a kid who looked like a cave man there, collecting bits of rubber and other crap that floated in. He put them in a coffee can over a fire and melted the bits to seal the boat he was building. He had a little shack right on the beach where he lived. We spoke in our own sign language. But this is not what I drew... I drew nighttime on the pirate ship. i would listen to music, I slept on a covered built in cooler thing that was right on the edge of the railing. If I slept too well I was likely to roll into The Sea. I just hung my head over the edge as we travelled by night and the plankton were like tiny little travelling stars in The Sea. Nightwanderers, I thought. And then I thought of all of the ghosts, too...

The foliage bits on the sail are from an island and the boat itself is from a piece of junk that floated in from The Sea. The other bit on the boat bottom is the inside of an almond shell.

Pigment Inkjet Print
This listing 8x10 limited edition of 100.
Ready to frame. Signed and numbered by artist versl.
Printed on Hahnemulhle german etching, archival pigment inkjet.
Printing by www.stockbridgefineartprint.com

Also available:
16x20 in an edition of 25 $150 each
(finished in antique frame for more. If you are interested, email me and I can send images of available frames!)

Nightwanderer, a drawing created on a lovely sea


  • Materials: pigment inkjet, hahnemuhle german etching, love and lonliness, micron, foliage, almond bits scrap of junk found along the shore
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