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Josh Coffy and Heather Robinson: Mist and Shadow (Hornbill)

Josh Coffy and Heather Robinson: Mist and Shadow (Hornbill)


The knobbed hornbill is native to Indonesia and threatened by habitat loss from logging (since they depend on mature trees for breeding), gold mining and fires.

This art is created to highlight many of the creatures that are considered endangered or threatened. Their habitat is constantly being compromised in a give-and-take with civilizations. In a sense the work is created with that same give-and-take. Artist Heather Robinson creates the playing field with layers of fabric, design, colors, and patterns. Then she hands the work to artist Joshua Coffy to add the actors. This collaborative effort is a delicate balance that pushes and pulls the attention, giving voice to the many creatures that are facing this challenge of Civilizations.

12" x 12" acrylic and fabric on panel

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Please note: This piece will not be available for delivery until after September 1, 2018. Please contact Eden at 415-279-3058 if you have any questions.