White Bear by Max Lowe

White Bear by Max Lowe

Retail: $75.00$410.00Vanguard Price: $63.75$348.50

Midst a thick blizzard, a young female Polar Bear makes her way across the frozen tundra in Northern Manitoba, as she alongside hundreds of other bears wait on dry land at winters gate for the sea ice to form up and the hunting grounds beneath to open. As climate change has pushed the formation of arctic sea ice back further and further into the fall season, the bears have to spend more and more time on land which then leads to eventual confrontation with humans. How we manage our relationship with these enigmatic creatures will continue to develop as the world changes rapidly around us.

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Printed on Hahnemüle Photo Rag, a 100% Cotton Paper using Archival Pigment inks.

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