Redwood Tree Ring Print. 24x36 inches
There is no piece of art quite like this one. Each print is printed by hand, not a machine. I use traditional woodblock printing methods combined with some of my own techniques to be able to capture the textures and patterns from the actual cut of wood. This print is made from a Northern California Redwood from the Orick area.
These coastal redwoods began growing along the coast 20 million years ago and they continue to grow today, thanks to preservation efforts of State and National Parks. However, only about 3-5% of the original redwood territory remains as old-growth forest. Most of the redwoods were cut for lumber between 1850 and 1920. Redwoods on private lands continue to be harvested today.
As an artist, I want my art to call our attention to the beauty of these trees while also reminding us of our impact on the landscapes around us. I want this print to be a way that we can appreciate the natural beauty of these and other trees in an eco-friendly way. All my prints are made from trees that have previously fallen. I do not cut down any trees to make any of my prints and I am careful to only remove wood from areas where it is permitted or where I have received proper permission.
Material: 100lb acid free paper
Size: 24x36 inches
Type: Coastal Redwood
Paint: High quality textured ink
Ships in a sturdy tube.
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Ships USPS within 5 business days.
I'm happy to replace any damaged or lost items.
I'm happy to consider custom orders, wholesale & consignment.