And honey upon hawthorn grows (Multiple)

Sawn out of a wooden panel made of rough box wood, measuring, 70,0 x 157 cm, 3 cm thick,
(Edition of 10), 2013

The short passage „And honey upon hawthorn grows“ is taken from the song “A proper new Ballet called the summons to Newe England” describing the plen­tytude of New England in the migra­tion era at around 1660. “THERE MILK FROM SPRINGS, LIKE RIVERS FLOWS / AND HONEY UPON HAWTHORN GROWS …” A summons to a promised land, where the terrain is ideal, the grounds are always fruitful and nature produces automatically.