Ice Melt, 2021. Linen, woodcut, and intaglio. 19.5x10.5”. — In 2020, existing Arctic Sea ice fell below 1.5 million square miles for the second time on record. As the ice continues to melt at unprecedented speeds, it releases carbon dioxide, boosting global heating. The cascading and interwoven effects of related ice melts globally are putting future life on earth into greater question.