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Tree Ring Paintngs Sustainable Wood Art For An Urban Nest Tree Ring Paintngs Sustainable Wood Art For An Urban Nest
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Product description: These paintings on wood are great for a childs bedroom. I cut the trees down myself, sand and clear coat the pieces 3 times to accentuate the rings and texture of the wood. They are then painted with acrylic and clear coated again and hollowed out from behind for wall mounting. Come in sets of 5. Each is signed and dated by me on the backside. Hang on the wall Place on a shelf - ALL ORIGINAL - CONSIDER BUYING MORE THAN ONE SET TO CREATE A LARGER PIECE OF ART. - EACH HAS A DIFFERENT DIMENSION Each Painting measures approximately:5 " - 6.5" inches diameter. 2.5" " inches deep.
 
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$300.00 USD

Tree Ring Paintngs Sustainable Wood Art For An Urban Nest

Woodworking by Focus Line Art

  • Shipping: $15.00
  • Product ID#: 198176
  • Materials: Other Materials, Acrylic
  • Colors: Blue, Green, Orange

Artwork Description: These paintings on wood are great for a childs bedroom.

I cut the trees down myself, sand and clear coat the pieces 3 times to accentuate the rings and texture of the wood. They are then painted with acrylic and clear coated again and hollowed out from behind for wall mounting. Come in sets of 5. Each is signed and dated by me on the backside.

Hang on the wall
Place on a shelf

- ALL ORIGINAL

- CONSIDER BUYING MORE THAN ONE SET TO CREATE A LARGER PIECE OF ART.

- EACH HAS A DIFFERENT DIMENSION

Each Painting measures approximately:5 " - 6.5" inches diameter. 2.5" " inches deep.

Born on the plains of Northern Indiana, and raised in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tracy has been an artist all of his life and he is inspired by unique objects that he sees in nature: hollowed out trees, wildflowers, salamander spots, fungi, rattlesnake skin, moss, lichen on rocks, mountain rain pouring straight down, the Great Smoky Mountains, creek bottoms, Tennessee in the cool and green spring, the Grand Canyon in winter, and the wide open spaces of the Everglades. Tracy now lives in a redwood grove near...read more