by Terrance D. Young
etching image size 4″ X 6″ – $35.00
Hand pulled edition of 80
This etching of “Rainbow Falls” is on land belonging
to the Adirondack Mountain Reserve
This etching of “Beaver Meadows Falls” is on the land of the
Adirondack Mountain Reserve.
Avalanche Lake looking north
etching image size 4″ X 6″ – $70.00
Hand pulled edition of 150
This etching of “Avalanche Lake looking north” shows the outlet at the southern end of the lake. I used line etch and aquatint techniques to achieve this work.
“Marcy Dam Lean-to” is mottled in morning light sifting through the trees. I was on a hike with my daughter Corrine when we walked around a bend in the trail and saw the lean-to and I immediately said, “there’s an etching”.
Line etch and aquatint techniques were used on this etching.
All of my etchings are printed on Acid Free Rives B.F.K.
White printing paper, made in France.
I’ve hiked into Avalanche Lake numerous times, my thoughts on that area are in
my limited edition book “Etchings & Insights” on my Book Arts Website
As one comes down from Avalanche Pass the lake appears before you
and the trail winds around and over the boulders on the right.
Here I am, sitting in a cave like I am “Sitting in the Mouth of the Earth”, in Indian Pass.
Sue and I hiked into the pass from the south trail and walked around building size boulders, making us feel like porcelain figurines in a bonsai garden scene. Cool mosses dripped off the rocks and ancient looking ferns followed our steps.
Rocky Falls on the trail into Indian Pass and also a favorite camping spot.
The point from where this etching is one would be standing upon rocks that are water sculpted and could pass for Henry Moore sculptures.
“The Hunter” is printed in my regular black ink, but I’ve added a touch of green to it.
Mark Peduzzi, an Adirondack Guide posed for this etching of soft ground and aquatint.
Two loons spend an evening basking in the glow of a warm
summer night on a remote Adirondack Lake.
This plate is covered with line etch and aquatint,
a very complicated and time consuming plate.
I’m fascinated by the way trees grow right off of rocks and their roots grip
and search for a foothold. I wanted to capture the primitive feeling of the pass.