Stone Lithograph
Dale DeArmond
Edition of 100
Edition of A/P: 10
Edition of P/P: 2

In addition, the following proofs and impressions were produced:

10 Roman numbered impressions; 1 Bon à tirer proof; 1 Record impression; 1 Museum impression; 4 Color trial proofs; and 1 Trial proof before corrections.

All other proofs and impressions have been destroyed. The stone and plates have been effaced.

Paper type: Arches white
Print size: 15″ x 20″
Image size: 11″ x 13 1/2″

Printing begun on October 2, 1981; completed November 2, 1981. Hand printed by Master printer Guitta Corey of Solstice Press; Anchorage, Alaska. The printer’s chop is located on the lower right side; a copyright stamp is located on the back right. Some prints were titled, numbered and signed under the image; others were signed near the bottom of the paper.

A five color lithograph printed as follows:

Run 1: Aluminum: Ochre
Run 2: Limestone: Indian Red
Run 3: Aluminum: Dark blue to transparent blue to dark blue using the blended ink method.
Run 4: Aluminum: Dark brown

Eskimo in origin, although it is mostly DeArmond’s own invention. Loosely based on a certain type of mask from the Aleutian Islands, the print illustrates a story of a woman who came down from the sky country, where she married a mortal and had two children. When her children were half-grown, Sky Woman took them away to live with her, and returned to her sky kingdom.

Original price: $180.00