Madagascar is home to six endemic species of baobabs. Research has shown much variation among the species. Some trees are short and fat, others stout and cylindrical, and another has elegant, long trunks with tufts of branches at the top. This tree is a Grandidier baobab.
The prints are hand coated platinum and palladium metals on cotton water color paper printed by the artist herself. In the process, pieces of the metal are embedded into the paper resulting in a 3-dimensional appearance & prints that can last thousands of years.
Since 1999, Beth Moon’s work has appeared in more than eighty solo and group exhibitions worldwide, receiving critical acclaim in major fine art publications internationally.