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Alone at Home

Jason McLean
self published
Artists' Books
14 × 21.5 × 0.5 cm

Jason McLean reaches back into the earliest period of art (ie, youth) for inspiration in this collection of drawings. Replicating an innocence of gesture that is difficult without the motor skills of a gradeschooler (that’s a compliment here, this work is uncanny) he draws images of “Stan Douglas Rabbit Hunting”, portaits of his artist friends and his own grave. From a signed and numbered edition with unique additions to the middle of each book.

  1. Alone at Home

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