Do owls drink tea? - a digital print of an original drypoint etching and lino print

Do owls drink tea? - a digital print of an original drypoint etching and lino print
Do owls drink tea? - a digital print of an original drypoint etching and lino print
Do owls drink tea? - a digital print of an original drypoint etching and lino print
Do owls drink tea?- from the Hiraeth series

Features the barn owl (Wales) and big dipper, and the ruru (morepork) and southern cross(NZ)

A digital copy of an original drypoint etching and lino print by Nesterprints on quality via felt paper, 270gsm

Paper size is 8 x 10 inches so can be framed in an off the shelf frame.

Hiraeth is a welsh word that has no direct english translation. It has been defined as “A deep, wistful, nostalgic sense of longing for home; a home that is no longer or perhaps never was. A yearing and wistful grief for things and people long gone.”
The term Hiraeth perhaps describes a feeling felt by many here in NZ, or in fact anywhere in the world, for those of us who roam. A tangled confusion of familiarity, feelings and memories, torn between two different landscapes that are both in their own way home.

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