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Inspired by the annual growth rings within a tree, this design was sketched and carved by hand, then printed with traditional oil based printmaking ink onto 100% cotton, acid free paper. The pressure of the printing process leaves every print with a beautifully embossed backside. Each print is torn by hand leaving a unique deckled edge. Due to the handmade nature of block printing, subtle differences may occur, making each print completely unique and original. Rest assured, every edition is printed with much care and attention to detail.
Paper Size: 10″ x 8″
Paper: Stonehenge, 100% cotton fibers, acid free
Paper Color: Fawn
Limited edition of 30
Numbered, titled and signed by the artist
All prints are hand-pulled and my vary slightly.
Prints are carefully packaged and shipped within 1-3 business days.
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I have a husband who pays attention, and so unexpectedly, on Christmas morning a couple of years ago, I unwrapped a cardboard tube. Inside it was a twin set – two prints, the prints I loved and wanted – the sweetest gift. I was ELATED. We had them specialty framed, and they live happily in unison together above our mantle, where I knew they always belonged. Thank you, Lauren! Thank you for giving visual life to a feeling and a memory that so many of us know, love, and cherish. You are MAGIC.
– Morgan T.
I bought my first piece, “Beacon Heights” from Lauren in 2017 just as we moved back to the high country. It perfectly captures the beauty of one of my favorite places. Later that year my husband bought me “Moonshine” as a gift on our wedding day, a stunning piece that we cherish so much. We bought “Forest Floor” a couple of years ago and its delicate beauty really brings to life the small miracles along the trails we love so much. Lauren’s work not only beautifully captures the natural world, but also helps make our house into a home.
– Mady F.
I just met Lauren and found her work a few weeks ago. I absolutely loved her “Grandfather Mountain” print as soon as I saw it. My art selection criteria is ‘does looking at it make you happy?’ I’m love seeing it every time I come home on the wall with the rest of my collection that just makes me happy.
– Morgan A.