|Title||On the Brink|
|Artist / Creator||Carolyn Shattuck|
|Artist's Nationality||United States|
|Place of Publication||Rutland, VT|
|Process / Technique||Artists sculptural book printed on Epson matte, BFK Rives paper with a slipcase. Accordion fold with a centre piece sculpture|
|Number of Images||1|
|Structure / Binding||Digitally cut by a cricut|
|Medium / Materials||Epson Matte, BFK Rives, Fiber Dyes, Paint|
|Paper Stock||Epson Matte, BFK Rives|
|Number of Pages||1|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||8 x 12 x 2.5 inches (closed). Opens to 27 inches|
|Edition Size||Limited edition of 10|
|Box / Wrapper||Slipcase- Lama Li paper|
|Signed & Numbered||Signed & Numbered Edition|
On the Brink was created to express the urgent call for the pangolin's survival. Pangolins are the world’s most trafficked mammal according to the IUCN [International Union for the Conservation of Nature] These animals are poached on the black market mainly for their scales, which are highly prized for bogus medicinal purposes in China and Vietnam.
Artist BioCarolyn Shattuck, born in Montreal, Canada, moved to the United States in 1971. She and her husband were transferred to Okinawa, Japan where she became influenced by the history and beauty of the Japanese prints. She studied painting at Bard College. She divides her time between painting, a printing/collage method and Book Arts. Her books can be seen in numerous University Special Book Collections including The Smithsonian.