Let's be real, scrolling on our phones has become a collective coping mechanism these days, (and don't get us wrong, we are greatful you are shopping from your phone right now, supporting living artists and breaging beauty into your life) but if you are looking for a visual reminder to get off your phone, and enjoy some screenless fun from tim to time, this print is for you!


Doomscrolling, a figurative work created with acrylic ink on paper by Ursula Barton, and available in two sizes of archival prints on linen paper.


18"x24" original available famed or unframed, use your phone to email for inquiries. 


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    In 1902 the building we now call Jailbreak was erected as the first southeast Police Department, built on land that belongs to the Chinook, Cowlitz, and Clackamas tribes. Honoring the land we live on and the accuracy of history matters, acknowledgment matters, showing respect is required. 🌎 If you are interested in learning more about the tribes and land you have built your life on, and you would like to honor the people who came before you, the Native Land app is free, and owned and operated by the Indigenous non profit Native Land Digital. Download for iOS here and Android here.