Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Justin Marable is a printmaker and artist from Kansas concerned with the loss of connection between people and place within the landscape of the rural Midwest.
"I want to to develop a deeper understanding of the history within a place and the inhabitants of small communities in Kansas. I have discovered that there is a longing among citizens of the city to reconnect with their rural past. I have also witnessed the common feeling of pride in place that is shared among rural residents. I have hope that my artwork can provide outside viewers and local communities with a fading but living history to embrace and share together."
You can purchase prints on his website as well as on his Etsy site.