Carl N. Gorman
October 5, 1907 Chinle, Arizona | January 29, 1998 Gallup, New Mexico
Trapped - Limited Edition Giclée Prints
by Carl N. Gorman
Over his 50 year art career - from the late 1940s to his death in 1998 - my grandfather, Carl Gorman, produced many beautiful works. His scenes of southwestern life, often taken from images of his childhood on the Navajo Indian Reservation, reflected a lifestyle that revolved around horses. He loved the power and beauty of these animals and would often portray them in powerful stances.
I am very pleased to announce that my mother, Zonnie Gorman, along with the family, has established Carl's legacy into a new LLC that will continue to bring his art forward and perpetuate his legacy. In addition to exhibiting his original works, we will be releasing Limited Edition Giclée prints of selected works.
"Trapped" is an original Acrylic On Canvas painting from 1983. The minimal line work captures the power and beauty of Navajo horses being corralled. Many of you had the distinct pleasure of viewing the original painting in the gallery over the past several months.
Trapped will be released in two editions:
A Limited Numbered Edition of 200, 30 x 24 inch (76 x 61 cm) giclée prints that match the original canvas size.
First ten are being released at $550 (Free Shipping Through December).
Open Edition, 11 x 14 (28 x 36 cm) giclée prints
Both editions are printed on 305 gsm cotton paper with archival inks in Taos, New Mexico. The edges are hand deckled to produce a unique and beautiful product to be enjoyed for generations. Each print is pressed with Carl's woodcut motif of his trademark, numbered for the edition, and includes a certificate of authenticity.
In this holiday season, you may wish to make a gift of one of these beautiful prints. Orders will be filled as fast as possible once received. We will do our best to get you the right shipping option, but we cannot guarantee delivery before the holiday.