Cumberland Wild Horses

Cumberland Wild Horses

Regular price $69.99
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Zenpressions prints on wood. High quality luster matte archival photo professionally produced in a lab.  Image is overlaid directly on ½” thick wood surface board. The grain and other characteristics of the wood shows through the light and white areas of the image for a warm tone and vintage feel.  The art piece is sealed with an acrylic finish that protects both the image and wood. Each Zenpressions wood prints are one-of-a-kind

Image.  The Cumberland Wild Horses are a band of feral horses living on Cumberland Island in the state of Georgia.  According to folklore, the horses were abandoned by settlers more than 500 years ago.  They reverted to a wild state and adjusted to surviving in the natural habitat on Cumberland Island.

Wood is an organic material and there are differences from tree to tree and even within the same tree.  While the color is similar the grain pattern is quite different giving each art piece a distinctive look.  Basswood is pale white to light brown color, with sapwood and heartwood sections not clearly defined. Growth rings tend to be subtle, and color is mostly uniform throughout the face grain of the wood.  It's holistic properties have been known to attract of love, energy healing, and bring about creative endeavors.  Basswood signifies to follow your heart and never give up on your dreams.

Installation.  Ready to hang art piece.  (Coated hanging wire, hanging screw eyes designed for secure hanging.)

Each wood print is made when ordered and may take up to 3 weeks to complete and ship your order because of the process.