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Sycamore Wood Print featuring the photograph Sycamore Dancer by Terry Rowe

The watermark in the lower right corner of the image will not appear on the final print.

Frame

Top Mat

Top Mat

Bottom Mat

Bottom Mat

Dimensions

Image:

6.50" x 10.00"

Overall:

6.50" x 10.00"

 

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Sycamore Dancer Wood Print

Terry Rowe

by Terry Rowe

Small Image

$61.00

Product Details

Sycamore Dancer wood print by Terry Rowe.   Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).

Design Details

A sycamore tree, on the edge of the tree line, is reflected in the water of the Potomac river. The tree appears to dance along the river's edge. This... more

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3 - 4 business days

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Comments (14)

Marianne Campolongo

Marianne Campolongo

Beautiful! Congrats on your sale!

Nikolyn McDonald

Nikolyn McDonald

This has a haunted, eerie look that is somehow compelling. Nicely done.

Sandi OReilly

Sandi OReilly

Terry, wonderful!! Congrats on your sale!!!

Terry Rowe replied:

Thank you Sandi!

AR Annahita

AR Annahita

Congrats on your sale!!

Terry Rowe replied:

Thanks!

Charlie  Bell

Charlie Bell

from FB also Chuck Bell.

Terry Rowe replied:

Thank you Chuck!

Charlie  Bell

Charlie Bell

Cool...

Daniel Eskridge

Daniel Eskridge

Awesome (and moody) image.

Terry Rowe replied:

Thank you!

Chris Heitstuman

Chris Heitstuman

Congrats on your Sale!! What a beautiful Picture!!

Terry Rowe replied:

Thank you Chris!

Glenn McCarthy Art and Photography

Glenn McCarthy Art and Photography

Congratulations on the purchase of your image today. Nice finishing touches!

Terry Rowe replied:

Thank you!

Natalie Sweetabow

Natalie Sweetabow

What a lovely tree! Congrats on the sale! I love how the buyer framed it.

Terry Rowe replied:

Thank you Natalie! And yes, I think the buyer did a great job picking mat & frame.

Terry Rowe

Terry Rowe

Many thanks to the buyer from Alabama who purchased "Sycamore Dancer." Trees are special to me, and this one, on the the banks of the Potomac River is one of my most favorite trees.

Joe Olivares

Joe Olivares

Wow. Vibrant, peaceful-majestic and down home all in one.

Terry Rowe replied:

Thank you Joe!

Jerry Cordeiro

Jerry Cordeiro

!!!!!!!!

Terry Rowe replied:

Thank you Jerry!

Artist's Description

A sycamore tree, on the edge of the tree line, is reflected in the water of the Potomac river. The tree appears to dance along the river's edge. This is one of several favorite trees along the George Washington Parkway. This particular sycamore grows on Roosevelt Island and is especially visible in the winter when her white bark stands out against the darkness of the other trees.

Images and textures have been layered to create a composite art print of a original photograph.

An American sycamore tree can often be easily distinguished from other trees by its mottled exfoliating bark, which flakes off in great irregular masses, leaving the surface mottled, and greenish-white, gray and brown. The bark of all trees has to yield to a growing trunk by stretching, splitting, or infilling; the Sycamore shows the process more openly than many other trees. The explanation is found in the rigid texture of the bark tissue, which lacks the elasticity of the bark of some other tree...

About Terry Rowe

Terry Rowe

Terry Rowe has a lifetime of experience in the arts. She is a creative exploring photography, graphic design, stitchery, jewelry making, and sculpting. One of the original founders of the Del Ray Artisans in Alexandria, Virginia, she has been actively involved in the arts for over twenty years. She recently retired, after 41 years of service, as the Art Director, House Creative Services, Office of the Chief Administrative Officer, U.S. House of Representatives. In her photographs, Terry seeks to capture a moment, to give the viewer a glimpse of place and time that arrests the movement of life and allows one to savor what is there to be seen. She has a camera in her hands every day, and her favorite sound is the sweet click of the shutter...

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