Feb 22, 2021
Feb 22, 2021

Nate Clearcutting a Forest Planted 60 Years Earlier, Oregon

Nate Clearcutting a Forest Planted 60 Years Earlier, Oregon

2014, printed 2020

Lucas Foglia

(American, b. 1983)

Inkjet print

Image: 49.6 x 66 cm (19 1/2 x 26 in.); Paper: 62.2 x 78.6 cm (24 1/2 x 30 15/16 in.)

Gift of Dr. Joseph Chazan 2020.337

Edition: Ed. 8 + 2 AP


Did you know?

The United States has 10% of the Earth’s total of timber.


Forests are a natural resource that can offer spiritual refreshment and recreational possibilities, but trees are also a managed crop, planted and harvested on a long-range schedule. The ugliness of the scarred, clearcut landscape is assuaged somewhat by the title Lucas Foglia gave this work, which helps remind us of that growth cycle.

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Type of artwork: 
Inkjet print

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