William Brien Memorial Shelter, New York, [ 41.2796N, 74.0594W ]
pen and ink, acrylic wash
24"h x 30"w
Please note: artwork on display at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education for their “Assemblage” exhibition, on view Jan 30 - March 21.
It’s an off-beat, diverse community that travels the nearly 2,200 miles of the Appalachian Trail, the oldest long-distance footpath in the country. In her "Hiker Trash" series, Sarah Kaizar captures, through her intricate pen-and-ink drawings, the character of the trail and its ubiquitous shelters as well as the array of hikers who find respite under those roofs.