Indian Paintbrush, Lupine, and Poppies displayed with the metal sculpture of artist William Paul Gaetjens.

About The Series

Rebecca Hargrave Malamud's latest series of signed artist edition prints preserve treasured objects found in nature as intriguing color studies.

About The Prints

Waypoints are vector illustrations based on the artist's photographic archives. Each study reduces the color palette to create a tension between abstraction and realism, preserving the identification of the original object using the fewest number of colors possible.

One key color is selected to complement and frame the image. The frames are then handpainted to match the hue to complete the visual experience.

Mint and Mayflower. Frames by Evergreen Creations.

About The Artist

Rebecca Hargrave Malamud is a visual artist, information designer and media activist who has been working in and around print technologies for 25 years and weaving the web since there was one.

This transitional series is based on her discoveries while working with imagery from the National Archives on People of the Public Domain. Waypoints uses her own photographic imagery of Pacific Northwest wildflowers as subject material.

Collected Waypoints

  • Fairy Bells
  • Trillium
  • Foxglove
  • Red Columbine
  • Pacific Rhododendron

Pricing and Availability

Waypoints are imaged on archival watercolor paper and preserved with museum quality materials. Additional Waypoints will be added to the series over time and designed to work with the collection. 23" x 23" framed / 21.75"W x 20"H matted
$300 framed / $150 unframed



M I N T
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unframed ($150 + shipping)



M A Y F L O W E R
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unframed ($150 + shipping)



P O P P I E S
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unframed ($150 + shipping)



L U P I N E
framed ($300 + shipping)
unframed ($150 + shipping)



I N D I A N   P A I N T B R U S H
framed ($300 + shipping)
unframed ($150 + shipping)