Print by artist Liz Born. This four color screenprint depicts the infamous Sheela-na-gig, a gargoyle-like female figure who graces the facades of some older cathedrals in Ireland and France. Some believe her to be a pagan holdover, others, a Christian talisman: Satan is afraid of her prodigious parts! Printed in a limited edition of 100 on Cougar Cover Paper. Dimensions: 18 x 24" Materials: Screenprint, ink on paper
Hoofprint (McKinley Park)
Hoofprint is a Chicago-based printshop and publisher specializing in fine art editions utilizing screenprinting, lithography, etching, and relief processes. They work collaboratively with emerging artists to create limited edition prints. Print partners Liz Born and Gabe Hoare co-founded Hoofprint in 2012.
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