Hypnotizing Wilderness Panorama Carved Out Of Wooden

style=”text-align: justify;”>After virtually 2 years of on-and-off preparation and work, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based artist duo Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth are virtually completed with their new woodcut print, known as “Overlook.” The meticulously intricate woodcut of a speckled panorama with forests, mountains and lakes might be quickly out there as a three-color print, the ultimate measurement reaching 28” x 46”.

style=”text-align: justify;”>“Layer upon layer of undulating sample builds a dizzying depth in ‘Overlook’,” write the artists. “A panoramic infinity might be steered by the print’s capability to finally meet itself seemlessly on the edges, increasing like an everlasting ‘wallpaper’ into an ever stretching vista!

style=”text-align: justify;”>The “Overlook” print might be out there as a single piece, a diptych, a triptych, or “a whole room’s price of loping, plentiful wilderness so far as the attention can see!” – all from their Tugboat print store.

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