Jane Kim

Leaps and Bounds
graphite and latex on paper mounted to wood.
67 x 59 in
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two panels each 67 x 27 inches (diptych) Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep migrate in elevation as they follow food sources. During summer months, they are often in very high elevations foraging on flowers like alpine gold (Hulsea algida). In the field, Bighorn are elusive and hard to spot. Their glorious round, white rumps are often what gives them away. Two panels, each 67 x 27 inches (diptych) 67 x 59 inches when hung together with 4 inches between panels.

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