Born 1959, Manila, Philippines
Greylock Penobscot is part of a series of prints by Peter Soriano (click to view) that are inspired by his observations of snow outside his home in Penobscot, Maine where, in the early spring, he measured and recorded a snow pile as it shifted and receded. The title, with its reference to the snow-capped mountain (Mt. Greylock) that Herman Melville looked out on when he wrote Moby Dick, evokes the relentless war raged on the natural world by human beings. The allusion is also a reminder that, like Moby Dick, Soriano’s work is hard to place or categorize; its dense, multilayered quality rewards repeated, close viewings.Our first collaboration together has produced 4 images in plate and stone lithography.
Abdelkader BenchammaCarole BenzakenStéphane BordarierMiguel-Angel CampanoVincent CorpetGunter DamischMélanie Delattre-VogtDidier DemozayMarc DesgrandchampsBlaise DrummondJim DineBrecht EvensPhilippe FavierGilgian GelzerRichard GormanMarie-Ange GuilleminotBertrand LavierPierre Le-TanFrédérique Loutz
Mirka LugosiPierre MabilleWilliam MacKendreeJean François MaurigeMiquel MontFarhad OstovaniMarielle PaulStéphane Pencréac'hJaume PlensaFrançois Righijohann rivatChristian SchwarzwaldDavid ShrigleyJosé Maria SiciliaPeter SorianoDjamel TatahBarthélémy ToguoOtto Zitko