Print of "Cliff Mine Blues" by Joshua Moore
Materials: paints, oil paints, paper, canvas, brush
Width: 36 inches
Height: 18 inches
This is a giclée print of my painting titled, "Cliff Mine Blues." This is from "The Copper Ghosts Collection" that honors Michigan copper miners. Long before the gold rush there was the Michigan copper rush. With the depiction of mountain landscapes, portraits of miners, and scenes from their lives, I’ve tried to tell the story of what it meant to be a miner in Michigan, the more intimate struggle that may be hard to get from a history book.
This painting depicts the mountains of Clifton, Michigan. Clifton was the site of the first profitable copper mine in Michigan, the Cliff mine. Long after the mining operation have ceased, the calm and serene mountain landscape looms of the fog.
Art can be very powerful. With my work, I try to paint the beauty in humanity. I am dedicated to creating art for the sake of the people, art that tells a story and honors the good things in humanity.
The print is 36 inches wide by 18 inches tall, printed on paper, and hand signed by the artist.
Aug 22-Sep 1
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