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Class:Art Print
Technique:Screen Print
Size:20 X 40
Markings:Signed & Numbered
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Subscriber/Flatstock Variant (Gold frame/Green inset)
Red paper - edition of 100
Orange paper - edition of 3
Tan/Kraft paper - edition of 4
Black paper - edition of 18
Baby blue paper - edition of 6
All with Gold Black Osprey gocco print on reverse.
Regular Web Variant (Silver frame/Yellow inset)
Black paper - edition of 176
Orange paper - edition of 4
Baby blue paper - edition of 4
Red paper - edition of 14
All with Silver Black Osprey gocco print on reverse.
Was originally the centerfold for the second issue of "Ladies & Gentlemen," Erik Westra and Aesthetic Apparatus's magazine:
"Some details: The abandoned grain elevator shown in the background of the inset illustration is the Appleby elevator located in Sheridan Township, Rural Codington County, S. Dakota.* It was built by the Atlas Grain Company in 1883 and served the local farmers for 75 years, loading it's last railroad car in 1958. The birds in the foreground are a pair of male and female belted kingfishers (C. alcyon) of the family Alcedinidae, while the approaching insect is a leaf beetle, a member of the large Chrysomelidae family." - p. 24, Ladies & Gentlemen Magazine #2.

* The Appleby Atlas elevator was listed on the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places in 1990. In 1999 it was listed on's "threatened" list, with the note " top of elevator fell off; owner wants to demolish building."

On September 1st, 2012, the Appleby Atlas Grain Elevator was torn down
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