This is another Giclée print that gives form to my love of wood and trees. But it is also an example how I reuse elements developed when making paintings. In this case the framing consists of two abstract shapes I created when making paper stencils. The abstracted flowers can also be seen, albeit somewhat differently in another print titled Icon. The backdrop was developed by digital manipulation of a Roman fresco seen the British Museum. Finally, the central sawn segment was taken from a tree in Midhurst, Sussex.
This edition of 100 is printed on a heavyweight Hahnemühle German Etching paper, and has an archival life of 80 years. Each print is accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity.