Photo of print: Prisoner


The title Prisoner comes from the journalist Albert Londres who coined the phrase "Prisoners of the road" in reference to the riders of the Tour de France in the 1920's. It is one of the feelings that inspire me when I throw a leg over the saddle and head down the trail or road.

Each linoleum block print is made by me in my studio. Since each print is handmade each is an original work. The print size is 12" x 14.4" and printed on 22" x 30" Stonehenge archival paper. Each print is numbered (limit 1000) and signed.

Funds raised from this print helped finance my participation in the Great Divide Race, 2006.

Edition closed.