Stop at the way home
from the bar
to listen to the wind
because it sounds like the waves
This lyric was chosen by Cinder Well from the track ‘From Behind The Curtain'.
Handwritten by the artist using pigment ink on 6x8 inch archival quality fine art paper made from 100% cotton. Each one is part of a limited edition of only 30 originals making each piece unique and owning one rare. All pieces are signed by the artist and will include a Certificate of Authenticity from the gallery.
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About the Artist
Cinder Well is at the vanguard of a different kind of transatlantic folk revival, one forged amidst the uncertainty of a global pandemic. However, Irish-based songwriter Amelia Baker’s music isn’t nihilistic; instead, it strips traditional forms to their bones, creating a meditative, trance-like space for sonic healing. The sparse soundscapes and haunting stillnesses of her new album No Summer (Free Dirt Records) are not meant to be paeans to loneliness. Rather, Baker was inspired by the rich musical connectivity of the pub scene in Ireland, and her move from California to County Clare to study traditional music of the region. A member of anarchist folk project Blackbird Raum, Baker’s time on the circuit with Irish trad-punk group Lankum eventually led her to a small settlement in County Clare, and to the rich dissonance of her music as Cinder Well, a dissonance caught between worlds and histories. Her remarkable voice cuts to the bone like some ghostly ballad singer bound to sing these words from here to eternity.
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*Each piece is handmade by the artist and is possible for the piece to have minor variations to what you see on the website.