Friday, August 24, 2012

"The Puddle Jump" etching, 1995

Here's another one I found when I was looking through my old portfolios. It's an etching I did in college, of "The Puddle Jump" a crazy annual tradition at Bates College.

Every St. Patrick's day, a hole is cut in the ice on Lake Andrews (aka, The Puddle), and in a strange sort of cult ritual, students take turns dunking into the icy water. I never participated, but I did go watch and take pictures, which I used as reference for this etching. 

The Puddle Jump, etching, 4" x 6", 1995

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