A comment from the artist about this image:
"This screenprint is based on the trees that grew on the gulch in the community where I grew up, which is Newman's Cove, Newfoundland, Canada. They were always scraggly and bent from being blown by the strong winds from the Atlantic Ocean. Their growth was stunted by the salt water spray. It's a wonder they even grew at all! The one shown here is number 25 of 25 and it fits nicely in an 8" x 10" mat window. I used acid free Stonehenge paper and archival water-based inks. This is a reduction print where each layer was printed after I filled in specific areas of the screen with screen filler. This print kind of has an impasto feel because I layered heavy acid free plastic between each print and stacked them under weights. This gives the ink a shiny quality in places."
Print will be shipped in an acid free plastic bag with acid free foam board backing.