3D-printed bio-plastic in wood frame.
11" x 11" x 1", 2020
Available in any colors other than those shown here, because this one sold on 11/30/2020! Please specify your color scheme. I reserve the right to re-arrange the panels for your piece!
Having explored the landscape from a larger perspective in the first piece, I decided to get in a little closer this time. Having spend a lot of time driving through Eastern Washington in the past year, I was inspired by the irrigated fields, the randomly tossed straw bales, the isolated farm house compounds, feed lots, and industrial architecture.
Harriet Weber of the Quincy Valley Historical Society and Museum collaborated on the name of the piece.
Artwork will be shipped by USPS within ten days of order. You should have it within fiften or so. If you've ordered custom colors that I don't have in stock, it will take a little longer.
I can make a custom version of this piece in any color combination you like, as long as I have not made one like it before. Every piece is unique!