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This is an extra large woodcut, carved from the cross section from the decaying buttress of Beech tree which was felled in the beautiful South Downs countryside of Plumpton, West Sussex. This specimen suffered from myriad pathogens, resulting in compartmentalisation of decay within the timber or 'CODIT' as identified by Dr. Alex L. Shigo. These areas of decay can be identified within the artwork as a labyrinth of 'channels' within the wood structure.

This relief print has been hand burnished onto Atsukuchi paper: A lightweight but incredibly strong Japanese printmaking paper.

Artwork has been bespoke framed within a handmade solid Beechwood frame, under UV protective glass.

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Fagus sylvatica: European Beech (Framed 1st Edition) (2017)

$260.62

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This artwork is sold by Laurence Jordan from United Kingdom

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