Welcome to Bryce Canyon, where impossible towers of rock climb from unseen depths with shifting colors beneath a cloudless sky. This piece is another pyrographic rendering of a photo Renee took on her whirlwind tour of Utah's national parks. The sense of scale is prominent as conifer trees descend into specks on the far rim of the canyon and the wide blue sky opens up above. Renee has a passion for geology, and with a practiced eye, she carefully burned jagged hoodoo lines while gently blending watercolors to distill the essence of these amazing natural formations. What began eons ago with wind and water has been captured here as a snapshot of an eternal process.
- We harvested this wood! River birch from Boiling Springs, PA.
- ~7.5 X 5.75” Oval
- The bark is delicate in some places.
- Not sealed.
- Sawtooth hanger installed on the back for quick hanging.
- Do not place in direct sunlight, as this causes the woodburning to fade.