A jagged ridgeline guards this valley with sheer walls of timeless rock. The eye travels across time past ancient cliffs of weathered stone, by hardy trees inhabiting fertile soil, and lastly past a simple homestead old by human reckoning. This piece is a pyrographic rendering of a photo Renee took while visiting Capitol Reef National Park in Utah, and it is full of details from the wildflowers growing along the fence to the striations upon the cliff faces. Though the choice to withhold color lends the scene a nostalgic air of times gone by, we celebrate the living wonder of our national parks in this piece.
- This birch piece is ~4.5".
- Sawtooth hanger installed on the back for quick hanging.
- Sealed. Semi-gloss shine.
- Do not place in direct sunlight, as this causes the woodburning to fade.