by Eska Marsh.
Messages of the mystery and the macabre, depicted with skulls, flames, hourglasses and motifs of eternal love. A crow pictured with the hand that feeds him.
A handprinted drypoint etching on 250gsm Somerset Velvet paper. Part of a series of six. Available unframed.
Image size: 16.5 x 23 cm.
Paper size: 19.5 x 29 cm approx.
Edition of 20, numbered and signed.
Eska Marsh (b.1994) is a multidisciplinary artist from the south coast of England. She primarily works in print at her private studio in Bristol. Her painterly style of drypoint etchings appear to the viewer like aged old relics of a forgotten past, taking inspiration from ephemeral objects. She describes her work as the spawn of Edward Gorey and Edgar Allan Poe. Eska’s limited edition work is shown in selected galleries, exhibitions and arts houses in England and Wales.
This work is shown at Atelier Beside the Sea as part of the Feast exhibition.