Limited Edition Prints

Flight (Click Image to Enlarge)

Other prints in the series



Edition 75
Released March 2006

Sold exclusively through the Inuit Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

In the spring of 2004 I got tired of sitting around and decided to reintroduce myself to one of my old passions: cycling. At the time, barely able to ride around the block, I persevered by riding every morning, rain or shine. By the end of the year I had accumulated 3,500 kms. Through more training, I was able to actually place in or win local races and tallied up around 8,000 kms on the bike in 2005. The landscape in the print is one of the areas I ride along virtually every day. It looks out from Pt. Holmes—a traditional Comox lookout area—south to Hornby and Denman Islands. Cycling is truly one of the ways that I, in my small way, am able to take “Flight.”

When my sister Charlene was recently diagnosed with cancer, our family—like many others—was shocked. Although we were there to support her, ultimately she was the one who had to step up and bear the brunt of the pain and the bitterness that being diagnosed with cancer entails. She was the one who had to undergo chemo. She was the one who had to be bald. She was the one that had to fight! She kicked cancer right in the teeth and is now cancer-free and vacationing in Thailand. She is living life and has taken “Flight.”

This print is dedicated to all of those that strive for change, transformation and metamorphosis. It is for those that are “forced” to see the sun rise in order to get their training in. It is for those that fight and kick and scream when diagnosed with illness. It is for those that live life with purpose and passion. It is for those that have won their battle with cancer and it is for those that have lost. They have all taken “Flight.”

“Flight” was created to aid in the fundraising efforts of Ironcops for Cancer, a team of police officers and civilian members who raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society and compete in Ironman Canada every second year. Partial proceeds from the sale of this print will be added to the Ironcops for Cancer donation to the Canadian Cancer Society. Available exclusively at the Inuit Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

“Flight” is a limited edition print using the giclée method of printmaking. This print was released in March of 2006 and printed by Andy Everson at the artist’s own studio in Comox B.C. A total of 83 prints bear the title “Flight” and are signed by Andy Everson: 75 in the primary edition bearing the numbers 1/75 through 75/75; 7 Artist’s Proofs; and 1 Printer’s Proof. The acid-free Moab Entrada 100% cotton rag paper measures 17x22 inches. Image size measures about 12x20 inches.


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