Enamel, charcoal, pastel on Bristol paper, matted
12”h x 9”w art, 14”h x 11”w matted
In medieval times, hunters hired men to beat the area around bushes with sticks in order to flush out game taking cover underneath. They avoided hitting the bushes directly because this could sometimes prove dangerous; whacking a bees nest, for example, would put a swift and unwelcome end to the hunt.
Sarah is represented by Rule Gallery.