This work describes a simplified Aiguille de Borderan, just outside of La Clusaz in southern France. Painted from a makeshift studio in the neighbouring town of Saint-Jean-de-Sixt, this gouache work has been made from the base of an early 1900s coffee-grinder's drawer, purchased at a nearby flea-market. Thus making the work site-specific.
Cass' mountain series employs a similar layering technique to that of his seascape works, and like those, it also carries a donation to charity:water.
10 x 12 cm | Gouache on antique postcard.
*This artwork was created as a study and its price reflects that.