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Big Cottonwood Canyon, Tree Ring Print, Woodcut, Utah Art, Botanical Print, Father's Day Art, arborist art gift, Dendrology, Hand pressed

Big Cottonwood Canyon, Tree Ring Print, Woodcut, Utah Art, Botanical Print, Father's Day Art, arborist art gift, Dendrology, Hand pressed

Regular price $60.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $60.00 USD
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Real tree ring art print, inspired by nature and pressed by hand by Erik Linton.

Each print is made by hand by printing directly from the roots of a tree. This tree grew in the beautiful Big Cottonwood Canyon, just east of Salt Lake City, Utah. Home of Brighton and Solitude ski resorts. The wood that is used to make the prints is gathered from already fallen trees.

As an artist, my purpose is to reveal the artistry that exists in nature and to present it in a way that is accessible enough to hang on a wall in your home. I also want to bring our attention to our impact on the landscapes that surround us. These tree ring prints help us see our place in a much larger historical context and hopefully each ring makes us reflect on the limited time that we have in this beautiful landscape.

Each print is like a fingerprint from mother nature.

All prints are made by hand using the traditional woodblock method.

Frame sold separately.

This listing:

Material: 100lb acid free paper

Size: 18x24

Type: Pine

Paint: High quality textured ink.

Ships in a sturdy tube.

Signed by artist

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Shipping & Returns

Shipping is free for basic economy rates. Upgraded shipping available to select when you check out.

I sign each print because I stand by my work. If you’re not happy with the artwork I will give you a full refund or exchange, no questions asked.

Framing

I’m not currently shipping with frames because I’ve had too many frames get damaged during shipping. But don’t hesitate to ask me for suggestions.

The paper I use for my pieces is high quality and does not require glass over it when framing. Most standard sized frames will work just fine. If you take the artwork to a professional framer, I would suggest asking for dry mounting.

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