We are excited to announce our new ZBC in-house Glacier Studies, which includes eight pieces inspired by the recent NY Times article mapping 50 years of melting ice in the Glacier National Park. Silkscreened shapes of oxblood-red ink and overlays of metallic silver leaf stand as metaphors that represent where each glacier once was and now remains. The images are imposed on antique Japanese accounting paper, revealing its own wear with delicate holes reflecting shapes similar to the melting glaciers themselves. The idea behind these pieces illuminates the Wabi Sabi philosophy by focusing on the beauty of impermanence. ZBC Glacier Studies are currently available and will also be featured at our booth during NY Now. Please contact us for any questions about any of these works.